Moving Day



After years of planning and construction, the staff at the Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum at the Wade House welcomed its first batch of horse- and hand- drawn vehicles to their new home on Wednesday afternoon. A team from the Kohler Co. Landscape Department working together with curators, staff and volunteers will be transporting more than 60 vehicles from the old center to the new state-of-the-art museum and visitor center. Although the move was delayed due to inclement weather earlier this week, work was progressing quickly during the first day of the move 
Review photos byAbby Lynn Harvey After years of planning and construction, the staff at the Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum at the Wade House welcomed its first batch of horse- and hand- drawn vehicles to their new home on Wednesday afternoon. A team from the Kohler Co. Landscape Department working together with curators, staff and volunteers will be transporting more than 60 vehicles from the old center to the new state-of-the-art museum and visitor center. Although the move was delayed due to inclement weather earlier this week, work was progressing quickly during the first day of the move Review photos byAbby Lynn Harvey




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