Visit the Lacey Museum

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.

Upcoming Events

Monday, Dec. 05, 2022
6:30 pm
Lacey Lighted Parade & Christmas Tree Lighting

Join the fun as we light up Lacey!  Don’t miss the Lacey Lighted Parade of Vehicles as it travels down Sleater-Kinney, 7th Ave SE, and past Huntamer Park!  Follow the parade to the park and join us for the Annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree’ and all of Huntamer Park in an old-fashioned ceremony where Santa is the guest of honor!  Families are invited to visit with Santa and take photos while enjoying the lights.
The parade starts at 6:30pm and the lighting of the park will

Saturday, Dec. 10, 2022
9:00 am
Brunch With Santa

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Join us at the North Pole for a special visit with Santa & Mrs. Claus! Your family and friends will enjoy a kid-friendly breakfast buffet (for example: yogurt, muffins, fruit, cereal options, juice, hot cocoa, coffee, and more), special keepsake crafts, and even some Christmas magic! Each family will receive a digital professional photo with Santa too! (additional fee for additional poses.) Space is limited and this popular event sells out every year, so don’t wait to register. (P

history talks with the lacey museum
Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022
6:30 pm
Excavating the Bush Homestead

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Hybrid Format: Come in person to Lacey City Hall, Council Chambers or join online.

Recent excavations of the Bush Homestead, site of early non-white settlers George and Isabella Bush, led by Dr. Ulrike Krotscheck, Professor at The Evergreen State College, uncovered evidence of the Bushes’ generosity. Come hear how it also renewed community interest in the Bush family, leading to the dedication of new monuments in the area.