Weed - Historic Lumber Town Museum

303 Gilman Avenue
Weed, California 96094
Siskiyou County
Phone: 530-938-0550

The Weed Historic Lumber Town Museum is a vivid collection of artifacts and photographs of the people who founded and lived in Weed.  Through the objects displayed, you'll gain an awareness of the courage, commitment and community spirit of Weed that is typical of lumber towns in the Northwest. 
The museum is open 7 days a week; 10:00am-5:00pm; May through September.

How to get there:
There are a few different ways to get there depending on your starting point.  Check out the map for your best route. 
More info:
You can tour the museum during the off-season by making an appointment.  For more info, visit the Museum's Website
Other things to do in the area:
The Living Memorial Sculpture Museum is worth a visit as is Charlie Byrd Park.  If you find yourself hungry and/or thirsty, visit Mt. Shasta Brewing Company and if you're heading south toward Mt. Shasta, a day at Lake Siskiyou or Castle Lake is time well spent.   
Visit our Siskiyou County Road Trip section for more fun things to do in the area. 
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