Discover Summer: Northwest Carriage Museum

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The Northwest Carriage Museum in Raymond, Washington, is one of Pacific County’s most visited tourist attractions. Voted one of Washington’s best museums, enjoy one of the finest collections of 19th century horse-drawn vehicles in the country. Every year, thousands upon thousands of visitors make the Northwest Carriage Museum a “must-see” destination while visiting the Pacific Northwest. Visitors are pleasantly surprised to find such a world-class museum in the quaint town of Raymond.

The Northwest Carriage Museum has more than 50 vehicles on display and hundreds of period artifacts/clothing. Come see elegant carriages, a stagecoach, hand-carved hearses, a chuck wagon, several “movie” carriages including Belle Watling’s from “Gone with the Wind” and many others from the 1800s.

Looking for something fun for the kids? The museum includes a user friendly one-room schoolhouse, period dress-up clothing and carriages for pictures. You will love driving our mechanical horse! Visitors will also enjoy our educational wheelwright/blacksmith display.

The Northwest Carriage Museum is located at the junction of Highway 101 and State Route 6 in Raymond, Washington. Within walking distance are restaurants and shopping opportunities. Bring your walking shoes or bikes and hike/ride the Willapa Trails pathway to South Bend. Bring your kayak and put in at the city dock right next to our building.

The Northwest Carriage Museum is open year-round from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and offers a unique gift shop and visitor information. Call ahead to arrange group tour! Show your AAA card and save!

We know you will love your visit to the Northwest Carriage Museum and look forward to seeing you soon. Additional information can be found at www.nwcarriagemuseum.org or by calling (360) 942-4150. You can also find us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.

Advertising Disclosure: This content is provided by the Northwest Carriage Museum, an advertiser of AAA Washington. The content doesn’t necessarily represent the views of AAA Washington.

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