- Get out in nature and explore the area surrounding the conjunction of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers
- See a ballet or concert at the Icicle Arts Center to support local artists
- Learn about Leavenworth’s Bavarian history at the Upper Valley Museum
- Visit the nature center to hear talks about local environmental issues and opportunities
What can I see and do at Barn Beach Reserve?
Open for educational events and programs as well as a center to help educate the public on nature and environmental issues. The Barn Beach Reserve includes the reserve and the adjacent city park for 50 acres of mature streamside forest by the conjunction of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers.
A place to celebrate Leavenworth local arts and to keep the public connected and educated about the variety of artistic events happening in Leavenworth. These include events like ballets, gallery openings, and concert series.
Upper Valley Museum
The Upper Valley Museum works to preserve the cultural history and development of Leavenworth and the Bavarian Village. They are continually alternating through gallery shows that showcase the Bavarian heritage of Leavenworth.
Where is the Barn Beach Reserve?
The Barn Beach Reserve can be found in downtown Leavenworth at the end of Division Street at 347 Division Street.
How much does the Barn Beach Reserve cost?
Barn Beach Reserve Washington events vary in cost depending on the specific gallery or who you are interested in seeing. Visiting the nature reserve is free and you are encouraged to explore the forest and walking trails.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information about the Barn Beach Reserve please call (509) 548-0181.