Sherman County Historical Society and Museum
Open Daily 10 until 5 May through October
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Albany Fire Museum
120 34th St. SE 97321 (541-967-4389)
History of fire suppression. By appointment only.
Albany Regional Museum
Pacific Northwest Museum of Natural History
1500 East Main 97520 (541-488-1084)
Realistic, interactive hands-on interpretations of the ecosystems found in the Pacific Northwest. Live animal shows daily! Hours: May-Oct, 9am-5pm; Nov-Apr 10am-4pm. Adults $6.50, children $4.50.
Schneider Museum of Art
Columbia River Maritime Museum
1792 Marine Dr 97103 (503-325-2323)
Oregon's Official Maritime Museum. Exhibits display nautical heritage of the Columbia River and NW Coast. Hours: daily, 9:30am-5pm year round. Closed Thanksgiving & Christmas.
Fort Clatsop National Memorial
Clatsop County Historical Society
The Heritage Museum
Old Aurora Colony Museum
2nd and Liberty 97002 (503-678-5754). Preserving the history of a German Christian Communal Society. Hours: Tues-Sat, 10am-4pm; Sun, 12-4pm. Closed Jan. Guided tours by appointment or Sat, 11am, 1pm and 3pm; Sun, 1pm and 3pm. Adults $3.50, seniors & AAA $3, children 6-18 $1.50.
National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
Highway 86, Flagstaff Hill 97814, 5 mi east of I-84 (541-523-1843). Oregon Trail history exhibits, living history, theater, special exhibits, hiking trails. Hours: Apr 1-Oct 31, 9am-6pm daily; Nov 1-Mar 31, 9am-4pm daily. Closed Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
Oregon Trail Regional Museum. Campbell & Grove
97814 (541-523-9308). Regional history; outstanding rocks, minerals, gemstones,
cabochons. Hours: daily 9am-5pm. Closed in winter. Tours by appt. Suggested
donations: adults $2, children $.50, families $5.
DesChutes Historical Center
Wall and Idaho (389-1813)
Historic Reid School. Exhibits: pioneer, logging, wagon roads, irrigation, education, technology, Native American, and special. Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-4:30pm.
The High Desert Museum
Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum
15461 Museum Rd 97415 (541-469-6651)
Pioneer Museum housed in historic 1857 Blake House. Largest monterey cypress in the U.S. on museum grounds. Hours: mid-March-Oct, Thurs-Sun 12-4pm (closed Easter). Extended days and hours in summer. Adults $1, children 5-11 $.50.
Linn County Historical Museum
101 Park Ave 97327 (541-466-3390)
Features historical exhibits, gift shop and video theatre. Hours: Open daily. Mon-Sat 11am-4pm; Sun 1-5pm. Free.
626 Fir St 97522 (541-865-3333)
1890s Medco Caboose, ran lines between Medford and Butte Falls. Hours: Fri, 1-4pm; Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 1-4pm.
Canby Depot Museum
888 NE 4th Ave 97013, PO. Box 160 (503-266-9421)
Former Railroad Station on O &C Railroad, oldest left. Hours: Thurs-Sun 1-4pm. Closed Jan and Feb. Open other times by appointment. Voluntary donation.
Collier Memorial State Park Logging Museum
46000 Hwy 97, Chiloquin, Oregon 97624 - Phone: 541-783-2471
The park features a Historic Log Cabin exhibit, picnic areas, rest area and Gift Shop in addition to the logging museum.
Caples House Museum
1915 First St (503-397-5390)
Guided tour of 1870 home of pioneer physician, doll museum, meeting room. Hours: Wed-Sun 9am-2pm. Dec-Feb closed. Adults $2, children $.75.
Pioneer Mothers Memorial Cabin Museum
Robert Newell House Museum
Gilliam County Historical Society, Depot Museum
On Hwy 19, adjacent to Burns Park and Fairground 97823 (541-384-4233)
Restored and finished 1884 log cabin, 1910 school, 1900 Tonsorial Parlor, 1905 railroad department, & United Pacific caboose. Hours: May 1-Oct 31, Wed-Sun 1-5pm.
Coos Art Museum
235 Anderson (541-267-3901)
Cultural center of southwestern Oregon; collections include contemporary American prints and contemporary Northwest art, changing and permanent exhibitions. Hours: Wed-Fri 11am-5pm; Sat &Tues 1-4pm; closed Sun, Mon & holidays.
Benton County History Center
110 NW 3rd St 97330 (541-758-3350)
Local and regional historical exhibits, focusing on Benton County history. Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-5pm.
Cottage Grove Museum
Birch and H Sts 97424 (541-942-3963)
Industrial, farm, mining, household tools. Bohemia Mines memorabilia. 19th century octagonal church, original stained glass. Hours: mid June through Labor Day, Wed-Sun 1-4pm; Sept-June, Sat and Sun 1-4pm.
Crater Lake National Park Visitor Center
and Sinnott Memorial Overlook
Near Rt. 62 (541-594-2211)
History and natural history of Crater Lake. Hours: Rim Visitor Center, June-Labor Day, daily 10am-4pm; Sinnott Memorial Overlook, June-Labor Day, daily 10am-4pm. Free.
Applegate Pioneer Museum
(541-935-1836 or 935-2539). Hours: Second Sun of the month Mar-Nov, 1-4pm or year round by appointment. Donations welcome.
Polk County Museum
187 SW Court St 97338 (503-623-6251)
Pioneer, American Indian, logging, agriculture, Camp Adair displays, genealogy files. Hours: Sat, Mon. &Wed 1-4pm, or by appointment (503-623-2287). Donations accepted.
The Oregon Coast Sports Museum
110 NE Highway 101 97341 (541-765-2923)
Olympic memorabilia 1896-1996, pins, medals, posters, stamps, uniforms, porcelain, torches, books, and much more. Hours: by appointment. Adult $5, children 6-12 $3; group rates, students $3, accompanying adults $4. Free pin with admission.
Eagle Point Museum &Historical Society
301 N. Royal 97524 (541-826-4166)
Pioneer (1853) history and artifacts. Historic district between Antelope Covered Bridge and Butte Creek Mill. Hours: Sat &Sun 10am-4pm; more hours in summer. Free.
Chinese House Railroad Museum
20 S. Bonanza 97826 (541-576-8411)
Circa 1883 Chinese laborer bunkhouse. Features railroad artifacts from Echo area and Ft Henrietta archaeological site artifacts. Must check in at City Hall for admittance. Hours: May-Oct, Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm; Nov-Apr, Mon-Wed 1-4pm; or by appt. Donations.
Lane County Historical Museum
740 West 13th Ave 97402 (541-687-4239)
Preserves &interprets history of Lane County from 1840s-1930s. Historic Vehicles, Oregon Trail Exhibition. Hours: Wed-Fri 10am-4pm; Sat 12-4pm. Admission: $2.
Mount Pisgah Arboretum
University of Oregon Museum of Art
Oregon Air &Science Museum
University of Oregon Museum of Natural History
WISTEC (Willamette Science and Technology
The Maude Kerns Art Center
Siuslaw Pioneer Museum
85294 Hwy 101 South 97439 (541-997-7884)
Pioneer & Indian exhibits. Research library. Hours: 10am-4pm; closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, December and Easter.
Pacific University Museum
Old College Hall, 2043 College Way 97116 (503-359-2915)
Exhibits relate to history of university, founded in 1849. Building (1850) on National Register. Tours. Hours: Tues-Fri, 1-4:30pm. Free.
Fort Rock Homestead Village Museum
General Delivery 97735 (541-576-2282)
A collection of homes and other buildings from the Homestead era, arranged in the form of a small village. Hours: Memorial Day weekend-Sept, Fri-Sun, 10am-4pm.
Washington &Main St 97830 (541-763-4481)
Artifacts relating to Fossil's history. Hours: Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, 10am-2pm, 7 days/week. Open by appointment the rest of the year.
Curry County Historical Society Museum. 920 S Ellensburg 97444, on fairgrounds (541-247-6113). Indian baskets, historic photos and documents. Hours: June-Sept, Tues-Sat 12-4pm; Oct-May, Sat 12-4pm.
Grants Pass Museum of Art
Riverside Park, 304 SE Park St 97526 (541-479-3290)
Contact: Hatje Joswick. 4-6 week exhibits, variety of media, local, regional, and national artists. Two yearly membership shows. Hours: Tues-Sat, 12-4pm closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Rogue Community College: Wiseman Gallery
Gresham Pioneer Museum
410 N. Main Ave 97030 (503-661-0347)
Artifacts relating to Gresham's history. Hours: Most days, 10am-5pm. Free. Gresham Pioneer Church. Main Street Park 97030 (503-661-0347). Historic 1884 church building under restoration. Opens 1997.
Eastern Oregon Museum
3rd &School 97833 (541-856-3233 or Haines City Hall 541-856-3366)
Like Grandma's attic, large doll collection, 500 bells, outstanding display of household, farming, mining, and pioneer artifacts. Hours: daily 9am-5pm from April 15-Oct 15. Groups by appointment. Donations.
Pine Valley Community Museum
Regional memorabilia & artifacts. Hours: summers, Sat-Sun, 10am-4pm, or by appointment.
Fort Stevens State Park Historical Area and Museum
Artifacts, photos &exhibits depict military fort Civil War through WWII. Explore concrete gun batteries. Hours: winter, 10am-4pm, 5 days/week; summer, 10am-6pm daily.
Morrow County Museum
North Main 97836 (541-676-5524)
Artifacts & memorabilia from 1860 to the present. Hours: l-5pm daily except Thurs & Fri. Closed January. Donations accepted.
Hood River County Historical Museum
Port Marina Park (off 1-84 at exit 64) 97031 (541-386-6772)
Native American culture, pioneer history, lumbering, fruit-growing. Visiting exhibits. Hours: Apr-Oct, Wed-Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 12-4pm. Free.
The Heritage Museum
112 S. 3rd 97351 (503-838-4989)
Former Baptist church,1888. Covered wagon, schoolroom, parlor, tools, photos, Native American artifacts. Hours: Wed-Sat 1-5pm; Thurs-Fri 1-4 pm, or by appointment. Donations accepted.
Southern Oregon Historical Society:
Jacksonville Museum of Southern Oregon History
206 N 5th 97530 (541-773-6536)
Exhibits on collecting American Indian objects, pioneer pottery, the history of Jacksonville, and photographer Peter Britt. Winter hours: Wed-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun &Tues 12-5pm; closed Monday. Summer hours: daily 10am-5pm. Admission charged.
Kam Wah Chung Co. Museum
NW Canton/City Park 97845 (541-575-0028)
Original building and contents, 1887 Chinese store and herbal doctor. Hours: Mon-Thurs, 9am-12pm, l-5pm; Sat &Sun,1-5pm. Admission: Adult $2., senior $1.50, youth 13-18 $1, children 12 & under $.50.
Wallowa County Museum
Main Street, PO Box 430 97846 (541-426-3811 or 541-432-9482)
Nez Perce Indian and historical artifacts. Hours: Memorial Day weekend to third week Sept, 10am-5pm.
Lee House-Junction City Historical Museum
655 Holly St 99448 (541-998-6154)
Pioneer wagon trains to Scandinavian immigrants. Hours: last Sun of each month, 2-5pm. Scandinavian Festival (Aug), 12-8pm. Free.
Sunday thru Saturday - 10 AM to 5 PM, Sunday - 1:30 PM to 5 PM, May 15 thru September 15, Rest of the year by appointment, Museum Phone (541) 592-5252, Closed Season Appointments (541) 474-5285
31 Main St 97601. 1906 four-story brick, exhibits detail early Klamath history. Hours: June-Sept, 10am-4pm.
Lake County Museum
118 South G St 97630 (541-947-2220)
Historical and Indian displays. Hours: May-Oct, Mon-Sat 9am-4:30pm. Closed Nov-Jan. Feb-Apr, Wed-Fri 10am-4pm. Adults $2, children under 12 free. Schminck Memorial Museum. 128 South E St (541-947-3134). Period home with glassware, china, books, tools, tack, toys, dolls &more. Hours: Tues-Sat 1-5pm; closed Dec-Jan. Adults $2.
North Lincoln County Historical Museum
4907 SW Hwy 101 97367 (541-996-6614)
1940s community fire hall building. Area history, late 1800s to present. Lincoln collection. Gift shop. Hours: Wed-Sun 12-4pm; Mon &Tues by appointment. Free.
Southern Oregon Historical Society:
Southern Oregon History Center
106 N. Central Ave 97502 (541-773-6536)
Permanent and changing exhibitions of local ®ional history. Southern Oregon Historical Society administrative offices, research library, History Store gift and book shop. Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 12-5pm. No charge. Research library: Tues-Sat 1-5pm.
Canyon Life Museum
143 Wall St., Turn south from Hwy 22 at Mill City, then left just before crossing the bridge. Canyon Life Museum provides its visitors with an opportunity to learn something about life in the North Santiam Canyon of Oregon during the past hundred years.
1403 Chestnut 97862 (503-938-4636 or 503-938-3480)
Restored turn-of-the century farmhouse, many original furnishings. Farm buildings. Flower, herb and vegetable gardens. Festival, first Sat in Oct. Hours: Apr-Dec, Thurs-Sat 11am-4pm; Sun 1-4pm. Group tours by appointment.
3737 SE Adams 97222 (503-659-5780 or 503-659-5267)
1872 horse-drawn streetcar, local artifacts, pictures, local research material. Hours: Sat &Sun 11am-3pm. Weekdays by appointment. Free.
Molalla Museums, Historic Dibble and Vonderahe Houses
616 S Molalla 97038 (503-266-5571)
Pioneer and Molalla Indian artifacts, farm machinery, handmade tools, local history library. Open Quilt Show Mother's Day Weekend, July 4th, Apple Festival 2nd Sat in Oct. Hours: Sat 1-3pm. Tours by appointment.
Paul Jensen Arctic Museum
590 Church Street, Western Oregon State College (541-838-8468)
Over 3,000 cultural items of the people living above N Latitude 66 degrees. Hours: Wed-Sat 10am-4pm.
Sherman County Historical Museum
Award-winning. Interpretive and hands-on exhibits: wheat farming, Oregon Trail, Native American, patriotism. Hours: May-Oct, open daily 10am-5pm. Adults $2, students $1, children under 6 free.
Coos County Logging Museum
705 Maple St 97458 (541-572-3153)
Tools, artifacts and photographs of logging industry dating from late 1800s to 1950s. Hours: Memorial Day-Labor Day, 10 am-4pm daily. Also by appointment all year. Donations accepted.
115 S River St. (503-538-6629)
A restored 1881 home; boyhood home of Herbert Hoover. Hours: March-Nov, Wed-Sun 1-4pm; Feb &Dec, weekends only. Closed Jan &holidays. Group tours by appt. Adults $2, seniors &students $1.50, children under 12 $.50.
Lincoln County Historical Society Museums
545 SW 9th 97365 (541-265-7509)
Log cabin &1895 Victorian house. Native American, maritime and coastal settlement history. Research library. Hours: June-Sept, Tues-Sun, 10am-5pm; Oct-May, Tues-Sun, 11am-4pm. Donation.
Oregon Coast Aquarium
Coos County Historical Society Museum
1220 Sherman 97459 (541-756-6320)
History of Coos Co. &SW Oregon. Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-4pm; summer, Mon 10am-4pm. Adults $1 children $.25.
130 Locust St 97479 (541-459-3087)
Displays of tools, clothing, toys, dolls, lots more. Hours: daily, 1-4:30pm, excluding holidays.
Oakridge-Westfir Pioneer Museum
76433 Pine St 97463 (541-782-2402 or 541-782-3904)
Historical artifacts of the upper Willamette. Hours: 1-4pm every Sat and by appointment.
Western Treasure Valley Cultural Center-Gallery One
317 SW 4th Ave 97914 (541-889-8191)
Periodic temporary exhibits in office and at various other sites. Permanent facility opens spring 1997. Free.
Four Rivers Culteral Center and Museum
Adjacent to McLoughlin House (see below) 97045
Office/gift shop. Home of Dr. Forbes Barclay.
McLoughlin House National Historic Site
Rose Farm, William Holmes House
Clackamas County Historical Society:
Stevens Crawford Museum
Baseline &Clear Creek Rds (541-352-6808)
Outstanding geological specimens of Pacific Northwest, local history, Indian artifacts, memorabilia of early local settlers. Mt. Hood Excursion R.R. terminates at museum. Hours: April 1-Oct 31, Tues-Sun 11am-6pm. Adults $1, children $.50, under 6 free.
Umatilla County Historical Society Museum
108 SW Frazer 97801 (541-276-0012)
Refurbished 1909 railroad depot houses collection of Umatilla County artifacts, memorabilia, and photographs. Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-4pm.
Benton County Historical Museum
1101 Main St 97370 (541- 929-6230)
Historical exhibits, contemporary art exhibits, and research library. Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-4:30pm. Library by appt.
C.C. Stern Type Foundry
Oregon Zoo/Lilah Callen Holden Elephant
Oregon Maritime Center &Museum
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
Portland Art Museum
Portland Police Museum
Washington County Museum
World Forestry Center
Oregon Historical Society: Oregon History
Crook County Historical Society, Bowman Museum
246 N Main St 97754 (541-447-3715). Artifacts, photographs, &documentary sources of local history. Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 11am-4pm. Gifts & souvenirs. Closed Jan, Feb, holidays.
1st &Oak 97537 (541-582-3088)
Local historical artifacts. Hours: June-Aug, Tues-Sun 10am-4pm. Sept-May, Tues-Sat 10am-4pm. Closed holidays.
Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History
97470 Interstate 5, exit 123 (541-957-7007)
An adventure of the history and natural beauty of Douglas County, Oregon. Hours: daily 9am-5pm. Adults $3.50, children $1.
Robert Newell House Museum
8089 Champoeg Rd. NE (503-678-5537)
Pioneer homestead with 1850-60 period furnishings. Original pioneer school house and jail. Hours: Tourist season Sat-Sun 1-5pm; or by appointment. Adults $2.00, children $.75.
Pioneer Mothers Memorial Cabin Museum
The Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University
This museum, the third largest art museum in the state, features especially strong collections of Pacific Northwest paintings and prints and Native American basketry.
700 State Street, Salem, 503-370-6855,
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Historic Deepwood Estate
Marion County Historical Society Museum
Mission Mill Museum
Sandy Historical Museum
U.S. 26, City Hall Bldg, 39260 Pioneer Blvd 97055 (503-668-4006)
On Oregon Trail, Sandy area history books, artifacts, many pictures, early 1900's surrey. Hours: Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. Free.
570 Necanicum 97138 (503-738-7065)
Seaside history, Oregon's first seaside resort. Early tourism history, restored beach cottage, Clatsop Indian artifacts. Hours: daily 10:30am-4:30pm. Groups by appointment.
Silverton Country Museum
428 S Water St 97381 (503-873-4766)
The building is a 1908 home. Photographs and artifacts of Silverton Area farming and logging. Hours: Thurs 1-4pm; Sun 1-4pm. Adults $1, children $.50.
Spray Pioneer Museum
On Hwy 19, 97874
Renovated 1912 church museum. Hours: May-Oct, weekends and by appt. Donations.
590 Main St 97477 (541-726-2300)
Located in a restored power transformer station. Historic Springfield Interpretive Center. Changing exhibits. Museum store. Hours: Wed-Fri 10am-4pm; Sat 12-4pm.
Santiam Historical Museum
260 N Second Ave 97383 (503- 769-1406)
1928 women's clubhouse houses Santiam Valley artifacts, pictures, medical equipment, tools, lanterns and more. Hours: Sat &Sun 1-4pm, or by appointment. Free. Donations accepted.
East Linn Museum
746 Long St 97386 (541-367-4580)
Linn County artifacts. Pictures. Documents from 1850-1940. Emphasis on logging and mining items and household furnishings. Hours: Sept-Apr, Thurs-Sat 11am-4pm; Sun 1-4pm. May-Aug, Tues-Sat 11am-4pm; Sun 1-4pm.
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Wasco County Museum
The Discovery Center and Museum, 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles, Oregon 97058, USA, Phone 541 296-8600 - Fax 541 298-8660, Open Daily 10 - 6
Fort Dalles Museum (Original Surgeon's Quarters at Fort Dalles, 1857)
Anderson Farmhouse National Landmark also on site. The Anderson Homestead is located just across the street from the Fort Dalles Museum Surgeon's Quarters. Tours are provided by the staff of Fort Dalles Museum. You may tour the Anderson Homestead with a paid admission to Fort Dalles Museum.. Winter Hours: Mon, Thurs, Fri 1-4pm, Sat &Sun 10am-4pm; closed Tues &Wed. Summer Hours: Mar-Oct, daily 9:30am-5pm.
St Peter's Landmark
Tillamook County Pioneer Museum
2106 2nd St 97141 (503- 842-4553)
Natural history and historical museum. Logging, gun, Indian, military exhibits, doll, clock, mineral &rock collections plus much more. Hours: weekdays 8am-5pm; Sun 12-5pm; closed Mon, Oct 1-March 15. Open all holidays except Thanksgiving &Christmas. Tillamook Naval Air Station Museum. 6030 Hangar Rd 97141 (503-842-1130). WWII blimp hangar and finest collection of WWII flying aircraft in NW. Summer hours: daily, May-Oct, 9am-6pm. Winter hours: daily, Nov-Apr, 10am-5pm. Adults $5, children (6-12) $2.50, children under 6 free. Group rates available.
Toledo Historical Museum
City Hall on Main St 97391 (541- 336-2247)
Founded in 1984, the museum collection consists of early sawmill, logging and railroad memorabilia. Hours: weekdays, 8am-5pm and on weekends by appointment. Free.
726 E Hist Columbia River Hwy 97060
1900 farmhouse with local artifacts. Hours: June-Oct, Wed-Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 1-4pm. Winter, Sat-Sun 1-4pm. Admission $1.
Umatilla Museum and Historical Foundation
1530 Sixth St 97882 (541-922-2774)
Founded in 1992, the collection consists of artifacts and photos relating to Umatilla's history. Hours: Mon-Fri, 9am-1pm. Donations accepted.
Union County Museum
333 S. Main 97883 (541-562-6003)
Natural and social history of unique mountain valley region. Rotating exhibits. Tourist assistance. Hours: May 1-Nov 1, Mon-Sat 11am-4pm; Sunday and off-season tours by appointment. Adults $2, under 18 free.
Columbia County Historical Society Museum
511 E Bridge 97064 (503-429-3713)
Old Oregon-American lumber mill office; logging, pioneer history, rocks and minerals, Indian artifacts, etc. Hours: Oct-May, Fri-Sun 12-4pm; June-Sept, Thurs-Sun 12-4pm. Appointments &groups welcomed. Free.
The Museum at Warm Springs
2189 Hwy 26 97761 (541-553-3331)
Hours: daily 10am-5pm, except Christmas, Thanksgiving &New Year's Day.
355 N Settlemier Ave 97071 (503-982-1897)
1892 home of the Victorian upper middle class. Registered National historic site. Hours: first Sunday of month, 1-4pm and by appointment; closed Jan &Feb.