You are invited to step back in time and visit one of the finest horse-drawn transportation museums in the entire country. Known for being one of America’s best collections of 19th Century horse-drawn vehicles, you will see elegant carriages, common day buggies, work wagons, coaches, sleighs and lots of period artifacts and clothing.
In addition to the 60 vehicles, our elegant displays include a one-room school house, a wheelwright/blacksmith shop and a gift shop filled with unique and local items.
There is something for people of all ages at the Northwest Carriage Museum… COME GET CARRIED AWAY!
Cheers to 2022!
Come get carried away with us!
Open Daily 10am-4pm!
🌞Summer Savings Days🌞
May June July August
Thank you essential workers for helping
our communites! We will be honoring
a few careers this summer with
$2.00 off adult admisson price
Medical Monday – healthcare workers
Teacher Tuesday – Educators
Civil service Wednesday – fire fighters, first responders, law enforcement
Show Your Card and Save
In 2021 we began our "Show Your Card and Save" membership program. We reached out to our business members and created a program that will benefit everyone! If you show your membership card at over 23+ participating businesses in the Willapa Harbor area, you can enjoy a variety of discounts! We're so excited to be working together with the businesses in our community.
7th Street Coffee - .50 cents off any 16oz hot or iced coffee
Artic Pub & RV Park - Buy 1 brisket dip get one 1/2 price
Alder + Co. - 10% off your purchase
Bay Center KOA and Gift Shop - 10% off your purchase
Barnhart Home Cleaning - 10% off cleaning products
Big Nick's Pizza - 10% off order
Boondocks Market Place & Flower Shop - Free Sticker
C & C Classic Diner - 10% off your purchase
Dennis Company, Raymond Location - $5.00 off your purchase of $25+ regular-priced items
Debbie A's She Shed Gift Shop - $5.00 off your purchase of $25+ regular-priced items
Elixir Coffee Shop and Express - 15% off your purchase of food or drink
Goosepoint Oyster - 10% off purchase in retail store
Pioneer Grocery - Free 1/2 gallon of Essential Everyday milk with $50.00 purchase of groceries
Pitchwood - 10% off the member's meal
Randy's Landscaping & Nursery - 10% off your purchase
Seiler Home Group - $200 credit towards your closing cost
Sheila's Kountry Kitchen - 10% off order
Sunlight Massages - One free add-$5.00 with booked massage
Steve's Front End - save 10% on any service over $50.00
Wild Man Brewing Company - Free appetizer with paid meal
Wild Pines Coffee Co - 10% off your purchase
Willapa Brewing Company - 10% off your purchase
Willapa Paddle Adventures - $5 off 2hour kayak rental for 2 or more
Willapa Valley Lavender Farm - 10% off your purchase
WooHoo Winery - 10% off your purchase
Why should YOU become a supporter of the Northwest Carriage Museum?
It's simple. We need you!
The Museum is a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping 19th-century horse-drawn transportation history alive for future generations, and help is needed.
The museum draws thousands and thousands of visitors to our small community every year. These visitors not only enjoy the museum but also support other local businesses and families by patronizing local establishments. When you support the Northwest Carriage Museum you are helping us keep history alive and supporting
our local community.
Your membership is greatly appreciated and tax deductible.
Annual Membership to the Museum includes free admission, newsletter, gift shop discounts, and discounts at 10+ local businesses, along with knowing you are supporting a vital piece of American history.
Our EXCLUSIVE DONORS receive membership, free admission, newsletter, gift shop discounts, discounts at 10+ local businesses, early notifications of events, and name proudly displayed on our museum donor board.
You or your estate may wish to donate to the museum through one of several planned giving options. The Internal Revenue Service provides generous incentives for charitable gifts made through estate planning.
“Come take a trip back in time and get carried away at the Northwest Carriage Museum on the pristine Willapa River!”