Yelm Historical Museum
Operated by the Yelm Prairie Historical Society, the Yelm Historical Museum features revolving displays from Yelm's rich history.
Displays include artifacts from the time when the Yelm Prairie was managed by the Nisqually Tribe to early pioneer settlements at Fort Nisqually to the early 20th century period, including a buggy from the 1880's.
The Museum is staffed by volunteers from the Yelm Prairie Historical Society and is open Friday and Saturday from 12 PM to 4 PM.
The Museum is located at 207 3rd Street SE at the corner of 3rd Street SE and McKenzie Avenue SE if you have any questions please contact Sandra Story at (360)458-7016.
The Yelm Prairie Historical Society hosts a "Remembering the Past" meeting every third Wednesday of the month at the Museum and monthly business meetings on the third Tuesday of each month. Both start at 7 p.m. and are held at the Museum.