Housing a comprenhensive exhibition of advertising and business artifacts.
A non-profit organization dedicated to the history of law enforcement in the Portland area.
Museum of historic treasures.
Three floors of hands on exhibits for children.
Rotating art exhibits from local velvet painting collectors, the museum includes a black light room, celebrity portraits, sad clowns, big-eyed children, Elvis and more on velvet.
Explore the wonder and magic of 3D imagery at the 3D Center of Art and Photography, which is dedicated solely to vintage and contemporary 3D art of all types. The Center houses a collection of historic 3D cameras, viewers and paraphernalia. 3D slide shows are presented each day. Open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 11am to 5pm and Sunday from 1pm to 5pm.
America's only hat museum.
Exploring the history of Wells Fargo in the Oregon area, with displays, documents and antiques.
This Japanese American history museum maintains a large exhibition space and archive dedicated to historical artifacts preserving the culture and heritage of Japanese Americans. In the heart of old Nihonmachi (japan Town).
Preserving the history of architecture in Oregon with one of the most extensive collections in America.
Contemporary Crafts Museum & Gallery is dedicated to history and development of craft arts.
The oldest museum in the world is a lot of fun too. Is it a conceptual art museum or a critical thinking museum with a sense of humor? Yes. It is the home to the only remaining woolly ant and one of the most interesting and oddest gift stores you will ever find. Home of the Faux/Beringia sound Pods, the Faux Masters & the Monument of the 7th Dimension. 16 mm films every month. Prize wheel & more.
Oldest art museum in the Pacific Northwest. Featuring European, American, silver and contemporary collections.
celebrating the greatest moments, and athletes, is sports history.
founded in 1989, the Oregon Jewish Museum is dedicated to Jewish art and history through the efforts of the local Jewish community and traveling exhibits. the museum preserves the collection of the Historical Society, which has been documenting Jewish life in Oregon since the 1800s.