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United States

  • Florida Carriage Museum, Weirsdale, Florida. Formerly Austin Carriage Museum. Photos and text: click on The Carriage Museum, then on Classification of Carriages
  • Skyline Farm Carriage Museum North Yarmouth, Maine
  • The Carriage Collection of the Owls Head Transportation Museum, Owls Head, Maine. Celebrating Transportation History for 30 Years
  • The Carriage Museum Washington, Kentucky
  • Carriage Museum of America, Lexington, Kentucky
    • Carriage Museum Library Online catalog of extensive research library on animal-drawn vehicles; illustrations and text
    • Carriage museums Descriptions and Web links, searchable by country and state
  • Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan
    • Horse Drawn Vehicles Exhibit samples (photos and text)
  • The Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages, Stony Brook, New York
    • Collection Database Searchable illustrations and text
  • Pioneer Village, Farmington, Utah. Carriage Hall
  • Thrasher Carriage Museum:: Make The Journey:: Frostburg, Maryland
  • The Wesley W Jung Carriage Museum Greenbush, Wisconsin
  • Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont
  • Forney Museum of Transportation Denver, Colorado
  • Mifflinburg Buggy Museum, Mifflinburg, PA. Only museum in US that preserves an original intact 19th century carriage factory.

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