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Northwest Carriage Museum

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Seattle Meadowlark wrote a review Oct 2020
Seattle302 contributions216 helpful votes
The Northwest Carriage Museum in Raymond, WA, can easily be called a world class museum. Every piece in the museum has a story to tell, and Jerry, the owner will gladly relate it. Even if you have no experience whatsoever with horse drawn vehicles, by the end of your visit you will be amazed at what you've learned. It's fascinating. Jerry and his wife, Laura, have traveled the country, finding these often neglected vehicles, and restored them to their former glory. I can't imagine the number of hours, the painstaking attention to detail, and the absolutely beautiful work they have spent on the carriages, etc. Even more amazing is that they have restored each piece to the point where they can be USED. Not that they do, but they can be used just as they were used, in some cases, 150 years ago. I highly recommend you spend a day at the museum.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Vida Nations wrote a review Sep 2020
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This was a marvelous experience. The museum is well maintained, the carriages, coaches, etc. have been restored to their original glory. There’s hands on experiences for kids and film clips such as “Gone with the Wind”, “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” showcasing some of the carriages on display. Artifacts and clothing of the era on display lending to the overall experience. Its a must see museum.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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KarenJoyJ wrote a review Sep 2019
Renton, Washington31 contributions9 helpful votes
Husband and I made a point to visit this museum on our way home from a weekend on the coast. The items in the collection are so amazing. They have been lovingly restored and are incredible, some have amazing stories provided to add to ones enjoyment. I will be returning myself and highly recommend!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Cisco G wrote a review Aug 2019
Yakima, Washington33 contributions6 helpful votes
Had a fee of $8.00 per person. Enjoyed learning about the history of transportation Great video to tell you about the people that used carriages
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Date of experience: August 2019
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ki0ki wrote a review Jun 2019
Williamsburg, Virginia6,327 contributions262 helpful votes
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The is by far the best carriage museum I've ever seen. Almost all of the carriages are restored to original and all have a story to tell. Be it from previous owners, manufacturers or props in the movies. Some of the movies are "Gone with the Wind", stagecoach from Errol Flynn and Humphrey Bogart's "Virginia City" or a carriage from Shirley Temple's "The Little Princess". This is a gem of a showcase of beautiful horse drawn buggies, wagons and stagecoaches including a couple hearses. A hands-on area is set aside for children of all ages.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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