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Real Life Exhibit Portland Portland 2.1 km away
#9 of 63 Museums in Portland
Jeffery Allen Gallery
#1 of 2 Museums in Tigard
House of Reptiles and Venomous Reptile Museum
#2 of 2 Museums in Tigard
Portland Children's Museum Portland 9.6 km away
#2 of 63 Museums in Portland
Compared to other Children's Museums, this is one of the largest ones I've been too, and probably designed for the largest age range.
I liked it even better than the other museums around because it was compact, but conducive to learning with SO many options for any kid.
Interactive Museum of Gaming and Puzzlery King City 3.4 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in King City
Live Laugh Love Art Portland 2.6 km away
#40 of 63 Museums in Portland
Portland Art Museum Portland 11.7 km away
#1 of 63 Museums in Portland
I loved being able to study up-close pieces without the hubbub larger museums tend to have.
Whenever and wherever I travel, I love to go to as many art museums and exhibitions as possible.
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Art On Broadway Beaverton 6.8 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Beaverton
Oregon Historical Society Museum Portland 11.7 km away
#4 of 63 Museums in Portland
If you like accessible, educational yet fun museums, you'll enjoy the Oregon Historical Society Museum.
This is a beautiful museum with a treasure trove of fascinating Oregon history and is located on the Park Blocks opposite the Portland Art Museum.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Portland 11.9 km away
#5 of 63 Museums in Portland
Amazing -- one of the best science museums I have seen and I've been to many.
I find this museum to be better than the Pacific Science Center in Seattle but with the membership benefits, you can actually visit over 250 other museums all over the country and world for free!
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Oregon Rail Heritage Center Portland 12.0 km away
#3 of 63 Museums in Portland
One of the BEST Rail Museums in the PacNW!
One of the best railroad museums in the west.
World of Speed Wilsonville 12.2 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Wilsonville
I love looking at the small details and the best museums pay attention to them.
This place is very modern, clean, well maintained, professional, with docents walking throughout the museum answering questions and telling visitors some cool information.
Multnomah Art Center Portland 6.3 km away
#37 of 63 Museums in Portland
Arts Council of Lake Oswego Lake Oswego 8.4 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Lake Oswego
World Forestry Center Portland 10.1 km away
#7 of 63 Museums in Portland
A VERY well done museum with great displays, exhibits, and hands on activities, the Forest center is unique among museums.
This museum combines hands on experiences with fantastic artwork and work carvings along with the full history of the forest industry in Oregon.
Lake Oswego Preservation Society Lake Oswego 8.7 km away
#2 of 2 Museums in Lake Oswego
1867–2017 Oregon’s Iron Jubilee: Celebrating the First Iron Furnace on the Pacific Coast is the title of this insightful and well researched exhibit in the new History Center and Museum in the historic Iron Worker...
Wonderful little museum housing history and artifacts from the early days of "Old Town" Lake Oswego.
Wells Fargo History Museum Portland 11.7 km away
#6 of 63 Museums in Portland
Grab your coin and get out there and visit Wells Fargo museums!
The museum in on the 2nd floor of the Wells Fargo Center and includes excellent panels and displays of historical information about travel, banking, and life in the 1800s.
Portland Puppet Museum Portland 9.6 km away
#13 of 63 Museums in Portland
I’ve lived in the Portland Metro area for 25 years and only just heard about this little museum tucked away in a historic neighborhood.
He showed us the entire museum and demonstrated one of the marionettes.