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  • Renovations at former State Capital Museum

    Lord Mansion, which housed the State Capital Museum for more than 70 years, is getting a makeover, with new paint, carpets and refinished floors. The Washington State Historical Society has decided to permanently close the museum and hopes to find a tenant for the historic mansion in Olympia.

Lord Mansion, which housed the State Capital Museum for more than 70 years, is getting a makeover, with new paint, carpets and refinished floors. The Washington State Historical Society has decided to permanently close the museum and hopes to find a tenant for the historic mansion in Olympia. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com
Lord Mansion, which housed the State Capital Museum for more than 70 years, is getting a makeover, with new paint, carpets and refinished floors. The Washington State Historical Society has decided to permanently close the museum and hopes to find a tenant for the historic mansion in Olympia. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com

Historical Society to seek tenants for former State Capital Museum

November 16, 2016 9:26 PM