On the end of town is the Forks Timber Museum. To travelers from around the world, the Forks Timber Museum is a real eye-opener. If you ever wanted to learn anything about loggers of the past and their tools of the trade, the Forks Timber Museum is the place to stop. The museum displays exhibits depicting local history dating back to the 1870s. Constructed in 1990 by the Forks High School carpentry class, the 3,200 square foot building provides a fascinating look back into the local history of the timber industry. Inside its friendly confines, there are ancient cross-cut and chain saws used by men of the woods, a bunkhouse showing where they slept and how they lived, and books and videos of who these men were and what they did. Outside, there's a memorial garden to sit and rest in. There's even a fire lookout tower and nature trails. The Forks Timber Museum is located in Forks Washington, the Heart of the Olympic Peninsula.
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