Two Story Adventure
Of the twenty-six rooms we occupy, we use seventeen for exhibits. We display thousands of artifacts, documents, and photos upstairs and down.
Upstairs you'll see, besides the Little Hoquiam Railroad in our logging room, historic exhibits in our sports room, children's room, period costume room, and stairway gallery. After the Little Hoquiam Railroad, a favorite for kids is the Polson's daughters' childhood doll house.
Downstairs in our dining room we feature Native artifacts — elsewhere an extensive China display, Polson family exhibit, and remodeled 1920's period kitchen. Unfortunately, our kitchenware offers no food.
Upstairs remains a portion of our 1919 exhibit Spruce, Foxglove, & Motorships: Grays Harbor and the Great War. It features an important moment in both Northwest and American history. If you missed it then, be sure to check it out.
We have this, and much more.