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American Advertising Museum
211 NW Fifth Ave. and Davis St., Portland, Oregon 97209, phone: 503-226-0000

Bybee House & Howell Territorial Park
Sauvie Island, Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-222-1741

Children's Museum   
44015 SW Canyon Road, Portland, OR 97221, phone: (503) 223-6500

Kidd Toy Museum
1327 SE Grand Ave, Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-233-7807

Lilah Callen Holden Elephant Museum at the Oregon Zoo
4001 SW Canyon Rd, Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-226-1561

Museum Company, The
700 SW 5th Ave, Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-223-0069

Northwest Rail Museum
Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-244-4449

OMSI -- Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-797-4000
Founded in 1944 and one of the nation's top ten science museums, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is a world-class tourist attraction and educational resource that puts the "WOW!" in science for the kid in each of us. Five exhibit halls and eight science labs offer 219,000 square feet of brain-powered fun through hundreds of interactive exhibits and hands-on demonstrations. OMSI's multi-attraction complex features a big screen OMNIMAX® Theater, the Northwest's largest planetarium, and the USS Blueback, the last fast-attack, diesel-powered submarine built by the U.S. Navy and after serving for 31 years, the last of its kind to be decommissioned. In addition to enjoying one of the featured exhibits at temporary display at OMSI, you can touch a tornado, uncover a fossil, surf the internet, enter the world of virtual

Oregon Jewish Museum
310 NW Davis St., Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-226-5224
The Oregon Jewish Museum was founded in 1989 by a volunteer group, committed to providing Oregon with a museum dedicated to Jewish art and history, During the five first years, our focus was to build a membership, create a strong Board of Directors and bring traveling exhibits of Jewish content to this area.

Oregon Maritime Center & Museum
113 SW Front, Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-224-7724

Oregon Sports Hall Of Fame Museum
900 SW 5th Ave, Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-227-7466

Pittock Mansion  
3229 NW Pittock Drive, Portland, OR  97210, phone: 503-823-3624, email: [email protected]
Once the private home of Henry Louis Pittock, founder of The Oregonian, this 22-room house was built in 1914. The mansion sits 1,000 feet above sea level and commands a view of five mountains in the Cascade Range. It is an outstanding architectural achievement, combining fine plasterwork, cut and polished marbles, cast bronze, and superbly crafted hardwoods and paneling. The house is completely furnished with antique furniture and objets d'art appropriate to its 17th, 18th, and 19th century French and English designs.

Portland Children's Museum
3037 SW Second Ave., Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-823-2227

U F O Museum
1637 SW Alder St, Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-227-2975

Washington County Historical Society & Museum
17677 NW Springville Rd, Portland, Oregon, phone:503-645-5353

World Forestry Center Museum
4033 SW Canyon Rd., Portland, Oregon, phone: 503-228-1367


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