(1) The state carriage museum, to be known as the Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum,
located at Old Wade House state park, shall be developed by the society.
(2) The purpose of this museum as an educational facility is to portray graphically
the hand and horse-drawn vehicle development in bygone days, so that the great and
dramatic changes in land transportation may be made vivid to this and future generations. Selected examples of these vehicles illustrating the ingenuity, inventiveness and
artistic skills of the pioneer craftsperson may be preserved and exhibited in a dignified,
appropriate and effective manner.
(3) In operating this museum, the society may charge a resident an admission fee and
shall charge a non-resident an admission fee to defray in part the costs of operation
in accordance with s. 44.02(5).
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