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

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. (Pre-registration is required,  No onsite registration.)

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.

history talks with the lacey museum
Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023
6:30 pm
“It’s the Water”: A Brief History of the Olympia Brewing Company


During the 1970s, the Olympia Brewing Company was ranked the 6th-largest brewer in the nation. It was the largest private employer in Thurston County for decades, and its influence has permeated the community for well over a century. Olympia Tumwater Foundation Assistant Director Megan Ockerman presents an illustrated history of the brewery, the people who ran it, and its place as a pop culture icon.