VANCOUVER, Wash. — A visual tour is being shot at the Clark County Historical Museum. It's a virtual night at the museum in Vancouver, Washington. The behind-the-scenes view will raise money and give people a look at a parts of the museum even in-person visitors don’t get to see.
Executive director Brad Richardson said, "We're going to open the door and let people have a little peek at some of the stuff that's back here.”
The museum is reopening on Thursday, April 15. Washington state's Phase 3 guidelines allow limited numbers of people back in.
"We were able to create these nice little guided paths for people to safely walk, one-by-one, through the building and be able to explore the exhibits," said Richardson.
On the night of May 6, you can go behind closed doors, digitally.