Plan Your Visit
to the Northwest Carriage Museum
When you come to the Northwest Carriage Museum, you’ll see more than just carriages! Our goal is to keep history alive, and you’ll come out of our museum with an appreciation of horse-drawn transportation, our forefathers, and our history.
The largest tourist attraction in Pacific County, we have over fifty vehicles and hundreds of artifacts on display! The Northwest Carriage Museum is described as a world-class museum and has one of the finest collections of 19th-century horse-drawn vehicles in America.
The museum is family-friendly, with an interactive display area that is great for kids of all ages! Enjoy learning in our one-room schoolhouse, see how a wheel is made in our blacksmith’s shop, dress up as a pioneer and climb into our wagon, or learn how to drive a carriage yourself with our mechanical horse!
Our museum gift shop features many products from local businesses, and carries item including unique jewelry, books, toys, and more!
Bring your lunch and enjoy a picnic at the beautiful park next door along the banks of the pristine Willapa River. Restaurants, breweries, wineries, motels, campgrounds, and shops are just minutes away.
Come Get Carried Away at the Northwest Carriage Museum!
10 am – 4 pm; Open Daily, Year-Round
Closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day
314 Alder Street, Raymond WA 98577, at the junction of Highway 101 and State Route 6.
Adults: $8 | Seniors, Military, & AAA: $7
Children 6-18: $5 | Children under 5: Free
Family: $20 (2 Adults + up to 3 Children under 18)
Free Admission with Membership!
The museum is wheelchair accessible with handicapped parking available. There are public restrooms and the parking lot has plenty of space for RVs and campers.