Northwest Carriage Museum
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|Facility:||Northwest Carriage Museum|
|Description:||Explore the world of the 19th century traveler at the Northwest Carriage Museum. The museum is home to 23 beautifully restored horse drawn vehicles.
Many of the carriages in the museum were the Cadillacs of their day, with ivory door locks, brocade trim, and leather interior. Included in the museum's carriage collection are Belle Watling's carriage from Gone With the Wind, a meticulously restored Hansom Cab, and a carved panel hearse.
The museum is family friendly, offering several interactive and kid friendly displays. Try on a buckskin vest or a bonnet, climb into the Democrat wagon and have a "pioneer moment". Or learn how to put a wheel together in the wheelwright's shop. The family will have lots of fun while learning, too!
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|Address 1:||314 Alder St|
|V I S I T I N G I N F O|
|Hours:||Year Round 10-4pm Wednesday-Saturday|
|Admission:||$3 adults, 6-18 $1, 5 and under free|
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