While in Toppenish you'll want to make time to wander its streets with old fashioned street lamps and grab an espresso or old fashioned soda while you check out what we have to offer. This small city's pride and joy are over 70 painted outdoor, historical murals. The mural project depicts events, men and women that have made lasting contributions to the city. The murals can be viewed year round, May through September you can jump on a horse drawn wagon for a narrated tour and history of them.

You may want to take in our three unique museums while visiting. The American Hop Museum - the only one of its kind in the entire country; the Yakima Valley Rail & Steam Museum, inside the beautifully restored Toppenish Depot; and the Yakama Nation Cultural Center boasts one of the finest Native American displays anywhere. This popular museum is open year round and is a can't miss when you visit!

Toppenish is also home to the Toppenish Wildlife Refuge - a national reserve where you can view a large number of water fowl. Fort Simcoe, an old army fort, is a 30 minute drive south and a perfect place to picnic.