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#1 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
The museum is temporarily relocated, but I saw it before the move and the whole history and techniques behind these beautiful creations are truly fascinating.
Kids and adults alike will enjoy the childlike joy of riding the carousel and take time to visit the museum downstairs and see the carvers in process.
#2 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
We've visited both of the excellent Smithsonian air and space museums, in downtown DC and Dulles Airport, and the Evergreen does as well or better in displaying and explaining its wide collection of private, comme...
I'm in the aviation business and have visited many aviation museums in my days, the Evergreen is an excellent museum, particularly with the amazing Spruce Goose inside.
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#3 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
One of the top rock, gem and mineral museums in the nation.
I encourage people to visit and support smaller museums such as the Rice Museum because it is crucial for their survival.
#4 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Our annual membership also provides access to a number of other museums including the OMSI in Portland
This is one of the best, most unique children museums we have been to-and we have done many!
Portland Art Museum Portland, OR
#5 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
I loved being able to study up-close pieces without the hubbub larger museums tend to have.
She is one of the very few Native American curators working in encyclopedic art museums in the US (she’s of Chumash ancestry).
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Dee Wright Observatory Blue River, OR
#6 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
#7 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
One of the BEST Rail Museums in the PacNW!
One of the best railroad museums in the west.
#8 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Compared to other Children's Museums, this is one of the largest ones I've been too, and probably designed for the largest age range.
I liked it even better than the other museums around because it was compact, but conducive to learning with SO many options for any kid.
#9 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
If you like accessible, educational yet fun museums, you'll enjoy the Oregon Historical Society Museum.
This is a beautiful museum with a treasure trove of fascinating Oregon history and is located on the Park Blocks opposite the Portland Art Museum.
#10 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Amazing -- one of the best science museums I have seen and I've been to many.
The bonus to one level of membership is you get reciprocity to many museums nationwide to visit free.
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World of Speed Wilsonville, OR
#11 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
I love looking at the small details and the best museums pay attention to them.
This place is very modern, clean, well maintained, professional, with docents walking throughout the museum answering questions and telling visitors some cool information.
#12 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
A lot of museums overwhelm you with their floors and floors and great halls filled to overflowing with exhibits and massive displays, but the Museum of Natural and Cultural History in Eugene was just the right siz...
Whether you're interested in wolves (until Dec 2017), geology, fossil, or early history of Oregon, this small but interesting museum will be a fun visit.
#13 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Much of the art is 1st rate This is one of the best museums we ever visited Parking is difficult We found a metered spot and walked about about a half mile There is a cafe and small museum store
One of America's finest small museums.
#15 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
The complex is really a combination of park, retail shops, and museums of several types (the old mill itself and the several relocated pioneer homes from the original Jason Lee mission site), There is even a small...
This is an excellent museum of the Willamette history and Oregon history.
#16 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
The museum was full of historical stories about actual patients, and offered a look into how the Oregon State Hospital was built and modified, as well as how techniques and treatments have changed since the 1800's.
Housed in the former entrance to the old Oregon State Hospital, the Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health consists of a handful of small rooms and displays a fraction of the more than 4,000 artifacts conta...
#17 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Grab your coin and get out there and visit Wells Fargo museums!
The museum in on the 2nd floor of the Wells Fargo Center and includes excellent panels and displays of historical information about travel, banking, and life in the 1800s.
#18 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Really enjoyed visiting this little museum( felt a lot like a gallery) Permanent exhibits of ancient artifacts, coins,icons, eastern and western were a happy surprise.
Sallie Ford Museum may be small, but it packs a wallop in its careful selection of Northwest artist works, native American pieces, and a stellar variety of special exhibits guaranteed to provide viewers with an ex...
World Forestry Center Portland, OR
#19 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
A VERY well done museum with great displays, exhibits, and hands on activities, the Forest center is unique among museums.
This museum is incredible and engages all ages with the multitude of hands on exhibits and the many informational displays.
Bush House Museum Salem, OR
#20 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
It was like a trip through time and I hightly recommend making a stop in Salem to visit the Bush House Museum.
Being a bit of a museum hound, I gotta say go, see for yourself!
Linn County Museum Brownsville, OR
#21 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
If you have a couple of hours visit this little jewel of a museum, plenty of interesting history to look and read about in this quaint little town.
There is so much to see and learn at the Linn County Museum including train cars, history of the local area and the city of Brownsville.
#22 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Amazing We went to the truck and Caterpillar museums twice I could go again We had a great vi tage trailer rally wit record breaking participation.
This is really a great museum all the old cars and neat equipment, the parking is easy onsite and free.
Oregon Maritime Museum Portland, OR
#23 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Just a short walk across the lawn downtown Portland next to the river is a great little Museum right on the river boat.
My adult son and I had essentially a private tour of The Portland, a steam tug boat brought back to life by Museum volunteers.
Springfield Museum Springfield, OR
#24 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Great Museum!
We love coming to the museum.
#25 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
One of my favorite museums in the greater Portland area.
If you have an interest in the origins of Old Oregon and the special ways in which we have become a diverse and unique population, try a visit here at the museum.
#26 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
This is a terrific museum full of Linn County and Albany area history.
Awesome Museum@
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#28 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
This small but excellent museum shares the plight of Japanese Americans on the west coast during WW2 and internment.
Fascinating Museum
#29 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
Museum uses the Jewish lens to teach new generations the history of the Holocaust, discrimination in Oregon, and about Oregon Jewish life while fostering a message of shared values, education, and dignity.
Excellent Museum in the Heart of Portland
#30 of 126 Museums in Willamette Valley
But everyone had a lot fun and a lot information, everybody in the museum are very helpful.