Hours are Wednesday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through September.
We follow State Covid19 guidelines for social distancing, face coverings and disinfection.
Stop in and tell us where you are from. We see visitors from all over the world.
Our logger carved by Dale Kazee from a 13 foot cedar log and stands proudly. March, 1996.
The Weed Historic Lumber Town Museum is a collection of artifacts and photographs of the people who founded and lived in Weed. Artifacts from the old lumber company store and from the company hospital are on display.
Some rooms are decorated with original pieces to resemble a typical home from the 1900s as well as a room dedicated to law enforcement with jail cell and booking area. See logging and hand tools including tram cars and locomotives used to move lumber in the mill yards.
You are important to us as a partner because 100 percent of your support helps keep our doors open and ready for your visit.
North State Giving Tuesday is an option for online giving that takes place in early December.
Come see us. We often use volunteers to help lead tours when large groups visit.
Coming soon: a Facebook page. Be sure to check us out and get in on the news and photos folks are already posting as well as sharing your own!
Zimmerman Scholarship applications due April 15. Weed High School seniors may qualify. Applications are available at the High School.
Don’t forget our annual Chicken and Rigatoni Dinner: Second Saturday in March.
Are you in town for the Weed Carnevale. Please drop by the Museum.
Tires on the restored 1923 LaFrance were becoming a safety concern. After a nationwide search, new ones were found on the East coast and shipped. The historically accurate tires were then installed.