829 Lacey Street SE
Plan Your Visit
Thursdays & Fridays: 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Saturdays: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Located in the heart of Lacey’s historic neighborhood, discover Lacey’s surprising and fascinating past in the charming 1928 Russell House, once a residence, fire station, and Lacey’s first City Hall.
Current Exhibits at the Lacey Museum
A year of big dreams, big burns and big politics, 1889 captured a place in our history as a time of great prosperity and adversity. The face of Washington changed. Pioneers arrived and townsfolk rebuilt from the rubble. Finally, on November 11, 1889, Washington rose as the 42nd state in the union.
We will explore the life of the pioneers in Lacey during the lead up to statehood, the coming of the railroad and the forming of the community of Lacey. Come and discover Lacey's role in the forming of Washington state!
Current Exhibits (Lacey City Hall)
Totem Pole (Main Lobby)
A gift from the Nisqually Tribe, this pole is a visual reminder of the historic accord signed by the City of Lacey and the Tribe which hangs on the wall nearby.
Shaping Our Community Together (Throughout City Hall)
In honor of Lacey’s 50th anniversary in 2016, these 5 exhibit panels tell the story of Lacey’s growth as a City and a community.
The Lacey Train Depot (City Manager Lobby)
Sitting atop an original railroad baggage cart are artifacts and stories of Lacey's original train depot. This historic site will be the future home of the Lacey Museum.
Lacey Museum Mission
The Museum enriches our community and engages visitors by sharing vibrant stories of the past through the preservation and celebration of Lacey and the South Sound region’s cultural heritage.
Approved by the Lacey Historical Commission on January 16, 2019