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The museum is CLOSED for the season, but will reopen the last week of May 2023.

Visiting our city prior to next season? You may arrange for a private tour by calling Manager, Jim Taylor @ (530) 938-2080 or messaging the Museum @ (530) 938-0550.

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About

The Weed 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.

Exhibits

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.

Partner

You are important to us as a partner because 100 percent of your support helps keep our doors open and ready for your visit. 

Another option for donating is North State Giving Tuesday which takes place this year on November 29, 2022.

Get Involved

Come and see us.  We often use volunteers to help lead tours when large groups visit. 

 

Visit our 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!

News 1

Zimmerman Scholarship applications due by April 15 each year.  Weed High School seniors may qualify.  Applications are available at the High School.

News 2

Our 37th Annual Chicken & Ravioli dinner will be held on Saturday, March 11, 2023 at the Weed Sons of Italy Hall. More information and ticket cost will be available after the turn of the year. 

News 3

If you are in town for the annual Weed Carnevale, please drop by and visit the Museum. 

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Latest Project

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. In June of 2021, new tires were also procured for the unrestored 1923 LaFrance fire engine and installed.