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Historic Wine Tours of Downtown Wenatchee

May 25 @ 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm

$65 – $75

Indulge in a Journey Through Wenatchee’s Wine and History!

On March 23rd, April 27th, May 25th, between 12:30-5 PM, we invite you to delight the senses and ignite your curiosity in these unforgettable historic wine tours of downtown Wenatchee.

Led by local historian Chris Rader, our adventure begins at the museum, where we’ll uncover the fascinating early Wenatchee Valley wine history, featuring captivating pioneers like Dutch John Galler.

Our journey through time commences once you step foot onto these historic streets. Chris will be our knowledgeable guide, unraveling the stories behind several iconic buildings such as the historic Cascadian Hotel and the Wenatchee Hotel Buildings.

Each step will reveal a new layer of Wenatchee’s rich heritage, waiting to be explored. As we sip and swirl, Chris will regale us with tales of the buildings that line our route immersing us in the histories, flavors and aromas of this region. Our path will lead us to a selection of wineries including Norwood, the Chamber of Commerce, Horan Estates and Watercore for snacks.

A delightful array of wines from local wineries await our tasting pleasure. Join us on this immersive journey through downtown Wenatchee’s history, architecture, and wine scene in one unforgettable tour. Let’s raise a glass to the past and toast to new discoveries!

Tickets are $65 for members and $75 for non-members. Registration is required. Please RSVP here.

The Historic Wine Tours of Downtown Wenatchee series is supported by a grant from the Wenatchee Downtown Association.


May 25
12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
$65 – $75
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Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
127 South Mission
Wenatchee, Washington 98801 United States
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(509) 888-6240
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