State Capital Museum

The Italian Renaissance-style home, built by late-19C Olympia banker and mayor C.J. Lord, now houses exhibits devoted to the political and cultural history of both Olympia and the state. Second-floor exhibits focus on the traditions, past and present, of the Native Americans of Puget Sound and the ramifications of 19C contact on their culture.

Useful information

Address : 

211 W. 21st. Ave.

Phone:

+1 360-753-2580

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