Museums in Albany


$40 for Admission for Two to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum ($50 Value)

Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum

Wings & Waves Waterpark

Exhibits explore the ways humans have conquered flight, from military planes to spacecraft, while activities include 3D digital movies

$50 $40

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Annual Membership for One, Two, or Five at the Interactive Museum of Gaming and Puzzlery (Up to 51% Off)

Interactive Museum of Gaming and Puzzlery

Beaverton

Museum explores the historical significance and clever design of more than 1,500 board games; collectible card games, 3D puzzles, and more

$50 $25

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Frank Lloyd Wright – Gordon House Tour for Two or Four (Up to 67% Off)

Gordon House

Frank Lloyd Wright's Gordon House

Guests amble through 45-minute guided tours of the only Frank Lloyd Wright–designed home in Oregon

$30 $10

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Admission for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Children to the Garibaldi Maritime Museum (Up to 44% Off)

Garibaldi Maritime Museum

Garibaldi Maritime Museum

Exhibits dedicated to sailing in the 18th century, specifically the voyages of Captain Robert Gray and his two ships

$8 $5

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Annual Membership or One-Day Admission for Two to Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum

Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum

Museum tells the story of Columbia Gorge from the viewpoint of both 19th century pioneers and the Chinook people who lived there long before

$40 $20

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Admission for Two or Four to the Erickson Aircraft Collection ( 36% Off)

Erickson Aircraft Collection

Madras Municipal Airport

Propeller planes and flying machines that withstood wars each have a place at this historic museum dedicated to the preservation of flight

$18 $12

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  • Mariner Square
    Mariner Square delights children and adults, tourists and locals alike with a seaside getaway to three different, otherworldly attractions. Nestled on a causeway on Newport's bayfront, visitors can marvel at marine life at the Oregon Undersea Gardens, wander through a forest of lifelike celebrity sculptures at The Wax Works, or learn little-known, bizarre facts at Ripley's Believe It or Not!
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    250 Southwest Bay Boulevard
    Newport, OR US
  • AC Gilberts Discovery Village
    A.C. Gilbert's Discovery Village is a hands-on children's museum spread across three historical houses that reside in Riverfront Park. It is named after A.C. Gilbert, a Salem native, toy magnate, and inventor of the Erector Set. True to a life spent creating educational and scientific toys, his namesake museum provides a place for kids to interact with exhibits that encourage play and provoke thought. From a giant model of an animal cell to a faux paleontological dig full of ancient bones to musical instruments like a South American rainwheel, the museum's stations encompass a number of scientific and cultural disciplines?though little ones might only interpret each activity as fun. Furthermore, youth can heal stuffed animals in the Village Vet Room or scale a 52-foot edifice that is one of the world's largest Erector Set towers, boasting three slides and a maze.
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    116 Marion St NE
    Salem, OR US
  • Historic Deepwood Estate
    Historic Deepwood Estate's 1894 Queen Anne home rests its gables amid approximately 4 acres of lush gardens and nature trails, fascinating visitors with its Victorian-era architectural features and insightful exhibits. The Cherry Jubilee benefit dinner kicks off at 6 p.m. with a cocktail party and a silent auction, where revelers can raise hands, paddles, or 20-foot oars to bid on myriad prizes, including a one-week getaway at Eagle Crest Resort, golf outings, and spa packages. The estate’s intricately designed gardens will play host to the evening's cherry-themed four-course dinner, which commences with a spinach, almond, cherry, and manchego cheese salad and culminates with delectable desserts, such as cherry tarts and italian panna cotta luxuriating in a cherry-infused sea. Live music by JT & The Tourists revives the poodle-skirt sounds of the ’50s and ’60s, specially remixed to conscript shoes into bobby-soxing dance armies. Proceeds from the Cherry Jubilee dinner and silent auction benefit the Friends of Deepwood and their quest for historic preservation.
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    1116 Mission St SE
    Salem, OR US
  • Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum
    Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum preserves one of mankind's greatest achievements: harnessing the power of flight. Across its open hangars sprawl aircraft of every era?from replicas of the earliest Wright Flyers to an SR-71 Blackbird capable of speeds greater than 2,000 miles per hour. There's also an indoor water park, just like the one the Wright Brothers dreamed of installing in their surf shop some day. Size: massive 120,000 square feet, with hangars filled with civilian and military planes; NASA space craft; a large-format digital 3D theater; and the 70,000 square foot indoor Wings & Wings Waterpark Eye Catcher: a real Boeing 747 aircraft that sits on the Waterpark's roof, and even has a slide built into its structure Crown Jewel: The Spruce Goose. Famously designed by Howard Hughes, this WWII-era plane was built out of wood due to wartime restrictions on metals. It flew only once. Don't Miss: an unflown capsule from the Mercury space program Hidden Gem: the firearms collection, where 18 cases break from aviation to showcase weaponry from every era of the American military Hands-On Activities: In addition to slides and leisure pools, the Waterpark houses more than 20 interactive educational exhibits focused on the power of water. Pro Tip: Tell the Museum staff how long you want to spend in the Museum; they'll help you plan an itinerary that best fits your schedule. Special Program: guided tours by volunteer docents, many of whom are veteran pilots
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    500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way
    McMinnville, OR US
  • Tillamook Air Museum
    Some of the biggest heroes of WWII are on display inside the Erickson Aircraft Collection. In 1983, Jack Erickson started to collect rare but significant aircraft from aviation's history with a special emphasis placed on Navy and Air Force planes from WWII. Eventually, the collection grew to a size that warranted its own custom-built 64,00-square-foot hangar. Size: more than 20 rare aircraft that sprawl across an open hangar Eye Catcher: the B-17's nose art, which was painted by aviation artist and historian Gary Velasco Early Airliner: the Lockheed P-38 Lightning, which was a readily recognized U.S. Army Air Force fighter in use during WWII Something More Acrobatic: the P-47 Thunderbolt, which was able to dive with grace despite being the heaviest armed single-engine American fighter of WWII Hidden Gems: A working jeep and tank also sit out on the hangar floor, though they most likely can't fly. On Display: remnants of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto's Mitsubishi G4M shot down by WWII fighter pilot Rex T. Barber Special Events: You can see many of the planes in flight during local air shows.
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    6030 Hangar Rd
    Tillamook, OR US
  • Science Factory
    Through exhibits that explore everything from astronomy and physics to biology and paleontology, the Science Factory inspires a lifelong love of science in children as well as adults. Above all else, the nonprofit embraces a motto of "please touch," creating safe, engaging opportunities for children to act on their curiosity and gain insight into the principles underlying scientific and technological theories. The Exploration Dome exemplifies the immersive nature of the Museum, surrounding audiences with a full-dome screen that displays digital and live-action films. These educational features can take guests to virtually any location in the world and beyond, including the heart of the Borneo rainforest, the depths of prehistoric oceans, the edge of our galaxy's super-massive black hole, and a universe where popcorn kernels never get stuck in your teeth. Permanent exhibits—including a feature on responsible recycling as well as a terrarium of lizards, frogs, and plants, complete with Renegade, the Museum's resident iguana—explore topics in more depth, complementing both the Exploration Dome’s videos and an ever-changing roster of special attractions.
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    2300 Leo Harris Pkwy
    Eugene, OR US
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