Contains sites for museums which exhibit and collect artifacts related to carriage driving.
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The Carriage Museum
Private collection of late 1800s, early 1900s horse-drawn vehicles belonging to Tom and Elaine Haughaboo. Open to the public, located in historical Washington, Kentucky.
Carriage Museum Of America
Information on the subject of horse-drawn transportation. The CMA Library is the foremost collection on the subject. Bird-in-Hand, PA, USA.
Circus World Museum
Preserving more than 200 circus wagons, the biggest collection of these glittering masterpieces to be found anywhere. Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA.
Genesee Carriage Museum
Educational living history museum and village including a 19th and 20th century horse-drawn carriages and wagons. A collection of Brewster coaches and carriages grace the collection. Located in Mumford, New York, near Rochester, USA.
Granger Homestead and Carriage Museum
The variety and significance of the vehicles on display make the Carriage Museum's unique collection one of the most impressive in New York State. Canandaigua, New York, USA.
Lancut: The Carriage Museum
Features fifty-five carriages representing every type: parade coaches, others for visiting, long journeys, outings, sport and hunting, supplemented by seventy horsedrawn vehicles collected after World War II. Located in Poland.
Lynden Pioneer Museum
Housing the largest collection of horsedrawn vehicles in the state. Lynden, Washington, USA.
Mifflinburg Buggy Museum
Located in the only known preserved 19th century carriage shop. Information on tours, owners, workers, and manufacturing of coaches. Located in Pennsylvania.
Owls Head Transportation Museum
Housing 12 carriages from 1849 to 1910 in addition to one of the finest collections of pioneer-era aircraft and automobiles in the world. Located in Maine.
Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum
One of the finest collections of original horse-drawn vehicles and equipment in Britain consisting of over 40 vehicles on display. Located in Matlock, Derbyshire. UK.
Remington Carriage Museum
Houses one of the largest collections of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 200 carriages, wagons and sleighs.
Wesley Jung Carriage Museum
More than 100 horse-drawn and hand-operated vehicles, the collection ranks as Wisconsin's largest — and one of the largest in the nation. Carriages range from commercial delivery wagons, fire wagons, sleighs, and a circus calliope to children's play wagons and sleds. Remarkable examples of the carriage maker's craft include a Velvet Tobacco wagon and an umbrella-topped phaeton (both 1900), and a Silsby steam-powered fire pumper (1885). Madison, WI. USA.
Features three hundred acre estate of the Col. John Black, built in 1824. Includes image library, events, and membership. Located in Ellsworth.
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