Kennewick : Top 5 Places to Visit in Kennewick , Washington

REACH Museum  

The Museum's stunning exterior is something you will be able to admire before entering. This interactive museum will take you inside to learn about the Tri-Cities' history, including the Manhattan Project, Ice Age Floods, and other important events.

Gesa Carousel of Dreams 

It was loved by generations and then moved to Roswell, New Mexico. The carousel was purchased by Kennewick at the beginning of the new millennium in 2002.  

Columbia Park 

covers 400 acres and is made up of Columbia Park East, Kennewick, and Columbia Park West, Richland. The park is very popular among locals. It's a great spot for a morning stroll along the 4.5-miles of shoreline.  

Badger Mountain Vineyard 

Badger Mountain Vineyard, which was established in 1982, is the first Certified Organic wine in Washington State. Bill Powers, the founder of Badger Mountain Vineyard was inducted into The Legends of Washington Hall of Fame.  

East Benton County Historical Society and Museum

The main focus is on the ancient Indian petroglyphs found along Columbia River in 1939. The museum also displays old farm tools, which really shows the county's culture and heritage.