Museum's in Portland, Oregon



Hoyt Arboretum is a 185-acre living museum with a collection of over 8,000 trees and plants from around the world. 4000 SW Fairview Blvd (503) 823-1649

International Rose Test Garden is located in Washington Park. 400 SW Kingston Ave (503) 823-3635

Museum of Contemporary Craft has been around since 1937. They provide exhibitions, education, and sales. 724 NW Davis Street 503-223-2654

Oregon Maritime Museum SW Naito Pkwy & SW Pine St 503-224-7724

Portland Art Museum is recognized internationally for its more than 42,000 objects reflecting the history of art from ancient times to today. 1219 SW Park Ave

Portland Children's Museum offers classes, camps, and workshops to promote imagination.
4015 SW Canyon Rd

Portland Police Museum has been in existence since 1976 and features exhibits in chronological order. 1111 SW 2nd Ave

The Old Church is now a non profit historic site. 1422 SW 11th Ave

Oregon Historical Society houses the permanent exhibit on the History of Oregon: 'Oregon My Oregon'. It also presents major traveling exhibitions on a variety of themes. 1200 SW Park Ave 503-306-5249

The Velveteria: Museum of Velvet Paintings is a world famous museum of around 350 paintings from around the world. 2448 E Burnside St (503) 233-5100

Wells Fargo History Exhibit features a Concord stagecoach, hands-on telegraph, guided tours, video, and artifacts. 1300 SW 5th Ave 503-886-1102

OMSI - Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is one of the nation's top ten science museums. 1945 SE Water Ave 503-797-OMSI (6674)

Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center provides for self guided tours. It opened in September 2001, as a landmark green building. The building has become the first redevelopment project in the US to be awarded the Gold LEED Certification. 721 NW 9th Ave 503-227-6225

 

 



 
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