Kid Friendly Museums In Portland, OR
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Portland's Finest Historic House Museum
The Portland Police Museum and Historical Society showcases the history of public safety in Portland. Permanent and rotating exhibits showcase early police records, police memorabilia, and even an old jail cell. Admission is free.
The World of Speed Motorsports Museum displays historic race cars, boats, and motorcycles that give visitors an inside look at the history and culture of motorsports.
The Washington County Museum (WCM) ignites the imagination for the enrichment of our community.
The Oregon Historical Society has a vast three-floor collection documenting the people, places, and events that have shaped the history of Oregon and America. It is dedicated to making Oregon's history visible and accessible to all.
The mission of Portland Children's Museum is to inspire imagination, creativity and the wonder of learning in children and adults by inviting moments of shared discovery.
The beginnings of his collection was in the field of vehicular toys, an interest fostered by his family's automotive parts business. The museum today is intermingled with that business.
The Rice Museum of Rocks and Minerals is located 25 minutes from downtown Portland. It houses a world-class collection of rocks a minerals that is considered one of the best in the nation.
The National Hat Museum in Portland, Oregon, is the largest hat museum in the United States. The collection includes hats from the most characteristic styles of past eras. Call ahead to book your tour.
MetroArts Inc's mission is to teach creative and critical thinking processes through innovative arts education programs and curricula.
Fuel your summer science learning with programs steeped in adventure and designed to encourage your whole family to stretch the limits of imagination, adventure and possibility.
The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education is the largest museum dedicated to the documented and visual history of the Jewish people of Oregon, United States.
The Japanese Garden Society of Oregon is a private, not-for-profit organization funded entirely by donations, membership, memorials, grants, gate admissions, and gift store sales.
Founded in 1964 in Portland, Oregon, the World Forestry Center is a nonprofit educational institution. Our mission is to educate and inform people about the world's forests and trees, and environmental sustainability.
Was founded in 1963 by a group of 10 artists who shared the idea of having a working, teaching gallery, a place for exhibition and instruction.
Founded in late 1892, the Portland Art Museum is the seventh oldest museum in the United States and the oldest in the Pacific Northwest.
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is a United States National Historic Site located in the states of Washington and Oregon.
Come and learn about puppets at the Portland Puppet Museum! Let loose your inner child and have fun learning about the amazing world of puppets. Take a tour, make a puppet, or watch a puppet show.
The Oregon Maritime Museum, also known as the Museum on the River, is a floating museum. The Portland is the last strenwheel tugboat made in the U.S. It is moored at the Willatmette River in downtown Portland's Waterfront Park.
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