Northwest Carriage Museum

The Northwest Carriage Museum is Pacific Counties largest year round tourist attraction. The museum houses one of America’s finest and largest collections of 19th century horse drawn vehicles along with period artifacts and clothing.  With over 50 vehicles on display, come see elegant carriages, work wagons including a fully functional chuck wagon, stagecoaches, buggies and  and sleighs.  Kids can enjoy and play in the 1890’s one room classroom or dress in period clothing for pictures on three spring democrat wagon.  Several of the original vehicles are famous for their “movie” history.  Belle Watling’s carriage from “Gone With the Wind” and Humphrey Bogart and Errol Flynn sitting in our stagecoach during the filming of “Virginia City” in 1939 are some crowd favorites.  There is something for everyone at the Northwest Carriage Museum.  Come see why so many people have said, “What is a world class museum like this doing in little Raymond, Washington?”
The Carriage Museum is open daily, year round from 10 to 4.  Group tours are their specialty, call ahead to book yours today. Visitor information is always available.
Contact information:
Northwest Carriage Museum
314 Alder St, Raymond, WA 98577
360-942- 4150