The Polson Museum is devoted to the preservation and promotion of Grays Harbor County history. Housed in the 26-room, 1924 mansion of timber heir Arnold Polson, the museum features exhibits depicting the region's gritty industrial past as well as its privileged domestic realm. Also featured on the museum grounds is Railroad Camp, a dramatic exhibition space devoted solely to the Harbor's logging and sawmilling past.
"Weatherwax: A Family's Legacy and the Art of Ben K. Weatherwax" This exhibit explores the early history of the Weatherwax family on Grays Harbor with an emphasis on the artistic genius of Ben K. Weatherwax.
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