Come Get Carried Away!
Thousands of people visit the Northwest Carriage Museum in beautiful Raymond, Washington, every year to enjoy history and view one of America’s finest collections of 19th century horse-drawn vehicles and artifacts. In its 20th year, the museum has become one of the largest year-round tourist attractions in Pacific County and is a “Must See” in the Pacific Northwest.
The Northwest Carriage Museum opened in 2002 with 21 vehicles. Today, the collection has grown to 62 vehicles encompassing all styles, from elegant Broughams and Landaus to working-class vehicles like Studebakers, buggies, wagons, gigs, sleighs, and more! Several of our carriages were used in movies, including “Gone with the Wind” and “Little Princess.” The museum is known for its knowledge of vehicle history, restoration and conservation. The collection continues to grow annually.
Looking for family fun and enjoyment? Visit the Northwest Carriage Museum and then enjoy the beauty of the surrounding Willapa Harbor area. Kayak our numerous rivers, hike or bike the Willapa Trail that starts outside the museum, and see the famous metal art statues throughout Raymond. Want more to do? You can enjoy local breweries and restaurants, do some wine tasting at a local winery, have a latte at one of the unique coffee houses, pick some fresh lavender at a local farm, or visit one of our shops for gifts and art pieces created by local artists.
The Museum is located at the junction of Highway 101 and state Route 6 and is the hub for all local visitors. Look for the big barn and large parking lot! Open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. We also have a unique gift shop and lots of tourist information to share. Call ahead for group tours and follow us on social media!
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