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Museum with exhibits on the local history of Clackamas County, from Native American tribes, through settlement in the 19th & 20th centuries to the present. Special exhibits including the Kaegi Pharmacy - a complete pharmacy straight from the late...more
We enjoyed seeing all different topics and history. We went there to look the possibility of having a reception there and were very pleasantly surprised by the wide range of great history that was well organized and helpful guides. Well worth going there again now...More
Great place - not huge, well organized and well staffed. If you are traveling this is a perfect place to stop, get out of the car and take a really interesting break. It’s not large so you could pretty much do it justice in an...More
We really enjoyed this museum on second floor. Great video about the history of Willamette Falls. Learned a lot about the abandoned buildings along the river and the use of water power too bring electricity to Portland.
While the museum does describe the history of the 12-year period from the formation of the Oregon Territory (including all of the Pacific Northwest) until Oregon became a state (with the boundaries we know now), much of the museum deals with the history of Oregon...More
The Museum of Oregon Territory is overlooking the Willamette Falls next to the McLoughlin Boulevard. It is open Wed through Sat from 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for ages 5-17, Free for under % years old.
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We are from Roseburg. I had some time to kill in the Portland area because my wife was attending some training for her work. Being a history buff I checked TripAdvisor and found this museum. The museum kept me entertained for about 1 1/2 hours....More
I have always wanted to visit this museum, perched above "The Old Highway" of 99E just south of Oregon City, and was finally able to today.
For an inexpensive $5 admission charge, you can wander the second floor museum (elevator provided) and get some amazing...More
I encourage everyone to go here! It was just a few dollars to get in. A lot of times its free if they have their "Museum free today" sign out! My 9 year old spent 3 hours in here soaking up every ounce of information....More