The Lambiel Museum


Whether you are looking for an underground grotto, outdoor sculptures, a comprehensive collection of art by local artists dating from 1915 to the present, an accurate depiction of a ruined Greek Temple, an exceptional collection of rare and beautiful Oriental rugs, a rich variety of antique Grandfather Clocks, or the world’s largest collection of the San Juan’s most celebrated artist, Helen Loggie, you will not be disappointed.

Mr. Lambiel himself leads the two-hour tour that is so packed with art and information it seems to go by much too quickly. The home museum’s setting is itself a work of natural art and Leo Lambiel is as unique as his exceptional museum. This is a place not to be missed.

The museum is open daily by appointment; sometimes, a tour can be arranged the same day. Call 360.376.4544 to make an appointment for the tour.

The museum suggests a $20 donation per person for the two hour guided tour.

Scholars, artists, and volunteers who are interested in visiting The Lambiel Museum for research or becoming directly involved in this unique and ongoing collection are encouraged to contact Leo Lambiel at the phone number above.