The Northwest Carriage Museum, located in Pacific County, is the most-visited tourist attraction in the area, drawing visitors from around the world. On April 5 at noon, the Museum’s Director and Curator will speak about their collection at History Talks at the Schmidt House, a free community event made possible by the Olympia Tumwater Foundation and the City of Tumwater.
The Northwest Carriage Museum’s collection of 52 beautifully restored horse-drawn vehicles — including carriages, wagons, stagecoach, a hearse, and buggies —is one of the finest collections in the United States. Hollywood classic movies such as “The Little Princess” and “Gone with the Wind” used carriages now housed at the Museum.
Note: Our originally published April 5 talk, “Drew Crooks & Historic Letterhead of Thurston County,” has been postponed until our next season.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS — Jerry and Laurie Bowman are a husband-wife team who curate and direct the Northwest Carriage Museum that is located in Raymond, Washington.
WHAT— Learn about one of the finest collections of 19th Century carriages and horse-drawn vehicles.
WHEN—Thursday, April 5, 2018, noon-1 p.m. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and close at capacity.
WHERE—The Schmidt House, 330 Schmidt Place SW, Tumwater
COST—Free (donations are welcome!)
FOR MORE INFO—visit www.olytumfoundation.org, or contact Don Trosper, Public History Manager at email@example.com or 360-786-8117
SPONSORED BY—Olympia Tumwater Foundation (www.olytumfoundation.org)
Our thanks to the City of Tumwater for their support.
The Olympia Tumwater Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.