Grand Coulee Dam Exhibits

Grand Coulee Dam Visitor Center

Installed in 2006, Grand Coulee Dam has several hands-on exhibits. The exhibits interpret Grand Coulee's role as one of the main irrigation, flood control, and hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River.

They also address the effects the dam has had on various groups of people, including Native Americans and early settlers.

The exhibits were designed, manufactured, and installed by Formations, Inc., of Portland, Oregon.

The Power of Water
We Built this Dam: Oral History
Our Stories: The Tribal Viewpoint
"Memorable Moments" Scrapbook
"Getting Started" Scrapbook 1933 - 1938
"Finishing the Job" Scrapbook 1938 - 1950

Bureau of Reclamation
Columbia-Pacific Northwest Region
1150 North Curtis Road, Suite 100
Boise, Idaho 83706-1234
(208) 378-5012
(208) 378-5019 fax

Last Updated: 9/10/20