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#1 of 5 Museums in Oregon City
Wonderful hands-on museum where kids can dress as pioneers, build wooden toys, make candles, yet also watch a kid friendly movie about the Oregon Trail.
Brilliant museum and well presented to show how the trail developed and the way the migrants travelled.(
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#2 of 5 Museums in Oregon City
For an inexpensive $5 admission charge, you can wander the second floor museum (elevator provided) and get some amazing insights into history.
In honor of V-J Day, the admission was free, and it is a beautiful museum with interesting displays and great variety.
Lake Oswego Preservation Society Lake Oswego 8.1 km away
#2 of 2 Museums in Lake Oswego
1867–2017 Oregon’s Iron Jubilee: Celebrating the First Iron Furnace on the Pacific Coast is the title of this insightful and well researched exhibit in the new History Center and Museum in the historic Iron Worker...
Wonderful little museum housing history and artifacts from the early days of "Old Town" Lake Oswego.
Live Laugh Love Art Tigard, OR 15.7 km away
#1 of 3 Museums in Tigard
I was working with Brian, who I recognized because I have seen him on the videos playing in the Chihuly's glass museum.
Arts Council of Lake Oswego Lake Oswego 8.9 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Lake Oswego
World of Speed Wilsonville 13.8 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Wilsonville
Visiting museums that are passionate about their subject is generally a great way to learn new things.
I our travels, we have visited many car museums --from Hershey to Owl's Head--and this would rank right up there with them.