The Yakama Nation Cultural Center Campus is a unique facility. We have the Yakama Nation Museum, Yakama Nation Cultural Center Gift Shop, Heritage Theater, Yakama Nation Library, and the iconic Winter Lodge.

The Yakama Nation Cultural Center is open to the general public seven days a week and is a wonderful cultural experience!

We are walking distance from Yakama Legends Casino.

information: Courtesy of the Yakama Nation Museum

Ichishkiin Flash Card Sheets

Yakama Nation Cultural Heritage Center 42nd Anniversary & 167th Treaty Day Celebration
2022 Tready Day Commemoration
2022 Vendor Applications
Vendor Application 2022
Vendor Permit Application
2022 Treaty Day Commemoration Parade
2022 Parade Application
2022 Treaty Day Parade Application
2022 Parade Map
2022 Treaty Day Parade Map

Gift Shop Arts and Crafts Vendor Market 2022
The Arts & Crafts 2022

Gift Shop Payroll Deduction

Theater Payroll Deduction

Heritage Theater

Cultural Center Room Rentals & Scheduling of Events

The Cultural Center has three different areas to have events.

The Winterlodge is 5000 sq ft capacity 300 people events mainly held in here are Wedding Receptions, Dances, Conferences and gatherings.

The 14 Tribes Room room is 1260 sq ft. Capacity 60 people. Rental events held here are meetings, trainings, birthdays, baby showers and family gatherings.

The Theater events held besides movie showings are rentals for meetings, performance groups, and movie showings. Also is great for birthday parties.

For more information click here.

Cultural Center Yearly Events:

  • June - Yakama Nation Treaty Day Commemoration Celebration & Cultural Center Anniversary
  • August – Yakama Nation Giving Back to the Community Back pack Giveaway – Yakama youth – sponsored by YN Credit Enterprise
  • November – Native American Month
  • December – Christmas Sales

Heritage Restaurant is currently CLOSED until further notice.

Yakama Reservation

The Yakama Reservation and ceded territories consists of Mt. Adams, the Yakima River, Medicine Valley, evergreen forests, meadows, Celilo Falls, Fort Simcoe, Columbia River and beautiful rolling hills. We have always honored and respected Mother Nature. She gives us our huckleberries, roots, choke cherries, deer and salmon. As you walk around our campus we have a wonderful view of Mt. Adams.

Yakama has a long history and our full name is the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation. One of our great leaders was Kamiakin. To learn more about our history click here.