The Museum of the Oregon Territory will be closed Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 due to inclement weather.
NOW OPEN - NEW EXHIBIT
LIFE & DEATH IN THE OREGON TERRITORY
To mark the 175th anniversary of the Oregon Trail Migration, the Museum of the Oregon Territory's newest exhibit focuses on practices and cultures surrounding death and birth in the region in "Life & Death in the Oregon Territory," now showing in the Murdock Gallery!
Open Wednesday – Saturday
10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
SENIORS (65+): $7
Ages 5-17: $5
FAMILY (2 Adult + 2 Child): $20
Under 5: FREE
Tickets may be purchased at the front desk of the museum
Free admission for retired military and active military + family
Tickets are free for our members
Last tickets sell at 3:45
We love to get out and bring history throughout the county! From visiting historians and local authors to heritage events, we're here to educate and entertain.
We now have Pints events scheduled until summer 2018! Check out our Pints From the Past Page to see what's in store and get the latest information about upcoming talks.
- February 27th - "Rail History of Oregon: It Changed Everything" Trains, streetcars and trolleys have had a huge impact on how our state grew and developed. Towns have been created, named and moved because of the railroads. Streetcars and trolleys served one of Oregon's largest events and changed how people got to work and to places for amusement. Historian and Filmmaker Darrell Jabin will share some of the stories and history he has discovered in researching and creating a video about Oregon rail history.. Midway Pub, 1003 7th St. 97045, Oregon City, OR.