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....更多
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...更多
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....更多
Very well presented museum on the origins of the city. The First Nations get a mention too and a lot of their artifacts on display. The industrialisation ( correct spelling for the UK) of the falls is well covered but the mess created by the...更多
So this has a breathtaking view. But it tells the story of everything in Oregon City, the falls, the settlers, the native americans. Wonderful articles like quilts and clothing and great antiques from the wagon train.
This was a real pleasant surprise. If you want to learn about the local history this the place to go. They have a bunch of cool exhibits pertaining to the history of the area. In my opinion this a must stop.
The museum is unimpressive from the outside. But it really provides a keen insight in the history of Oregon. My wife and I recently relocated to Portland and decided to visit this museum. It traces the history of Oregon, with displays and pictures of the...更多
It was a rainy day so we were looking for things to do inside. I'm glad we did. It's a small museum but filled with interesting artifacts. The movie at the end was excellent. I would watch that first. Even though the wwii display seemed...更多