The State Capital Museum
The State Capital Museum and Outreach Center is located in the historic Lord Mansion, seven blocks south of the capital campus in Olympia. Exhibits on regional Native American history and on Olympia as Washington's capital bring area history alive. The building also houses outreach programs of the Washington State Historical Society, including the Women's History Consortium, Heritage Resource Center, National History Day, and Traveling Exhibits Service. For more information about the Lord Mansion, museum exhibits, events and outreach programs, please contact the State Capital Museum and Outreach Center at 360-753-2580.
Address: 211 21st Ave. SW, Olympia, WA 98501
Events & Programs
And by special appointment.
To book a tour, call 360-753-2580.
Membership Museum Rates
|Historical Society Members||FREE|
|Adults (age 18 and over)||$2|
|Seniors (age 60 and over)||$1.75|
|Students (age 6-17 years)||$1|
|Families (2 adults and up to 4 children)||$5|
|Children (age 5 and under)||FREE|
|Members of the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture||FREE|
|Members of the Tamastkilkt Cultural Institute||FREE|