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Wild Horse Renewable Energy Center

25905 Vantage Hwy, Ellensburg, WA 98926-5088
+1 509-964-7815
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Fascinating Wind Farm Energy tour. Great views, knowledgeable,and friendly staff

Bilal was our tour guide. Did a great job. Explained how the turbines work. This things are... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Tacoma, Washington
The Souvenir Wind Turbine in My Front Window

When the sun shines in my front window, it strikes the tiny solar panel in my solar powered... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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SEASONAL CLOSURE: NOVEMBER 16TH-MARCH 31ST. Set high on a ridge, the Renewable Energy Center provides an up-close look at the facility’s 149 wind turbines, as well as 360 degree views of Mount Rainier, Mount Adams, Mount Hood, and the Columbia River Basin. Join us for a 60 minute walking tour that explores the 52 kw solar array, wind turbine blade, turbine generator, gearbox, and lets you take a look inside the base of a wind turbine! Weather permitting, free guided tours depart daily, April-Nov. 15th at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. •Closed-toed shoes REQUIRED. •Tour covers 1/3 of a mile on gravel trails. •Dress for the weather. Wind speeds average 17 mph, and it is typically 10 degrees colder on the ridge. •All participants must sign a liability form. Minors must have the liability form signed by a parent or guardian to participate. For rules, liability forms, and additional information please go to www.pse.com/wildhorse
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25905 Vantage Hwy, Ellensburg, WA 98926-5088
+1 509-964-7815
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Bilal was our tour guide. Did a great job. Explained how the turbines work. This things are massive! Very impressive. The center is well done and very informative poster boards and videos

Thank AnnnBarb
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When the sun shines in my front window, it strikes the tiny solar panel in my solar powered seven-inch tall souvenir wind turbine and starts the blades spinning.This always reminds me of the fascinating visit my wife and took to Puuget Sound Energy's Wild Horse...More

Thank martin6589
Reviewed 11 October 2017

You've seen the Wild Horse monument and may even have stopped when driving along I-90. You've seen the wind turbines from afar. But this visitor center is a chance to see them up close and learn about our great state taking advantage of wind and...More

Thank Ann H
Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

Must see Wind Farm energy tour by very knowledgeable staff. One of kind place the world over. Get to see inside of running turbine.

Thank Tim G
Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

We drove up from Ellensburg, about 30 minutes. There are fabulous views on a clear day on top of the ridge. The tour was led by a college student fron CWU who was enthusiastic, and knowledgeable. You get to go in a windmill and see...More

Thank taoofthecaribbean
Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

This was the highlight of my trip. Had no idea of the complexity of wind energy. Our tour guide explained everything very clearly and took us inside one of the wind towers. Only downside was I had not dressed warm enough for the very high...More

Thank Tessa W
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

Great 'field trip' for any age. The interns at the center were wonderful and knowledgeable. And views and interesting

Thank cindytW8009RU
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

A super cool free tour. We arrived for the tour about 10 minutes before hand. We were greeted at the door by Chance who was super friendly. We were able to look at the different pieces of information in the center. A few are interactive...More

Thank mommytoje
Reviewed 5 August 2017

It was a clear, sunny day when we were there and you could see for miles. We learned a lot about wind and solar power. Especially the wind turbines.

Thank skypay
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Our party of 8 fully enjoyed this full 1 hour personal tour of this wonderful facility...including getting to step inside 2 of the towering facilities. Great and very knowledgeable presenter. No wheel chair access to the windmills, gravel walkway only about 1/4 mile total with...More

Thank SouthEndMCgang
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caron f
27 July 2015|
Response from Andrea N | Property representative |
Yes you can! :) If they are quiet and polite they can come inside the visitor center as well.