DeYoung House

Preserving Woodinville’s History

Explore the rich history of Woodinville and the surrounding areas in one of the most charming attractions in the area.

The museum is located in a classic Dutch colonial home
built by John & Ellen DeYoung in 1931. Rotating displays tell the history of Woodinville. Located a short distance from Woodinville’s wineries, the museum is run by volunteers.


The Woodinville Heritage Society was established in 1975 as a non-profit organization. The Society’s mission is to acquire, preserve and perpetuate the artifacts and history of the greater Woodinville area. The Society’s purpose is also to educate and distribute historical information to the community and to those interested in our history.

Our vision: “We will be viewed as an essential partner in the fabric of our community.”

Museum Hours


(Memorial Day to Labor Day)
Every Sunday 1-4 pm


(Labor Day to Memorial Day)
First Sunday of the month 1-4 pm