Toppenish was voted one of the prettiest painted cities in America, so please visit today, the "City of Murals and Museums"
504 S. Elm St., Toppenish, WA
Visit our Downtown!
Shop till you drop at our downtown district.
Kraffs Pendleton blankets and jackets, Western Art, furniture, men's and women's western apparel and novelty shops.
Toppenish Pawn and Trade has many Native American items for sale, as does Rose's Native Designs .
Plus many more stores and venues!
Check out all of the murals in one of America's "Prettiest Painted Places".
The old 1911 Northern Pacific Railway depot in Toppenish, Washington has been reopened as the Northern Pacific Railway Museum. The depot has been restored to its early appearance and gives an opportunity for the visitor to view many aspects of early railroad transportation.
10 Asotin Ave., Toppenish, WA
Escape the frustration of the city and journey back in time. The American Hop Museum, located in the heart of the nation's largest hop producing area, features striking exhibitions and intriguing displays. The museum chronicles the history of the American Hop industry from its early days in the New England colonies to the rapid expansion into California and ultimately the Pacific Northwest.
22 South B Street, Toppenish, WA
The Yakama Nation Museum opened in 1980 and is one of the oldest Native American Museums in the United States. The 12,0000 square foot exhibition hall is the result of years of hope, thought, and effort on the part of the Yakama people.
Spiel-yi Loop Toppenish, WA
#(509) 865-2800 Ext. #1
This exciting casino is open 24 hours every day of the year. Must be 18 to play.
580 Fort Road, Toppenish, WA