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Take a step back in time. Spend the day and discover Ritzville's past with a walking tour of our downtown National Historic District. When you're done, visit our museums before grabbing a bite to eat.


Ritzville's Railroad Depot Museum is home to a collection of turn of the century memorabilia. Train lovers, young and old, will enjoy our newly restored Northern Pacific caboose No. 10425 as well as the fully functional telegraphy equipment complete with telegrapher.


The Dr. Frank R. Burroughs home was built in 1889 and extensively remodeled in 1902 when electricity came to Ritzville. A collection of vintage clothes and original furnishings await your visit.

Visit Ritzville and Harvest the Legacy!

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Above:  A Burlington Northern Santa Fe train passes by the Railroad Depot Museum and Stage Coach Metal Sculpture. On average, a train passes through Ritzville every 30 mins. 
Left:  The Frank R. Burroughs home in Ritzville is a must see. Many of the items inside are vintage and original to the house from circa 1900. 
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