PASCO, Wash-- If you are looking for a more economical or educational, way to take your family on a vacation you might want to go on a tour of Carnegie buildings.Famous for his rags-to riches story, steel-man Andrew Carnegie built more than 2,000 libraries across the United States. There are 33 in Washington.One is in Pasco and it's now the Franklin County Historical Museum. Carnegie attributed a lot of his success to being able to visit a library as a young boy."He wanted to give back to the community and he thought that libraries were a really great way for people to help themselves," said Sherrel Weber.You can stop by the museum in Pasco off 4th and Bonneville Street. Admission to the museum is free.