Museums in Eugene, OR

Find museums in Eugene, OR. Listings include Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Eugene Science Center, The Museum of Natural and Cultural History, Adventure Children's Museum, Lane County History Museum and Maude Kerns Art Center. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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1560 Em Ray Dr, Eugene 97405

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  • 04/06/20
    #ArtifactHighlight - this mustache cup, likely intended for men to drink hot drinking chocolate from, is another item that's part of our vault collection project. #lanecountyhistorymuseum #lanecount...
    > Lane County History Museum
  • 04/04/20
    For this week’s #MuseumMomentofZen, we asked JSMA curator Danielle Knapp to share one of her favorites from the #jsmauo collections, “The Sun Told” by Portland artist Kim Osgood. ____ “I get so much ...
    > Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
  • 04/03/20
    When the COVID-19 crisis hit Lane County museum staff were in the middle of a collections project for our vault storage. Due to the museum's closure, staff are working hard to make sure all artifacts ...
    > Lane County History Museum
  • 04/02/20
    Kids, or adults need a fun activity? Check out our new (and FREE) Lane County History Museum coloring book. There are seven different picture to color. https://buff.ly/2X34zi5 #lanecountyhistorymuse...
    > Lane County History Museum
  • 04/02/20
    Explore "Myriad Treasures: Celebrating the Soreng Gallery of Chinese Art" from your home with a new JSMA Minute Exhibit. ________ The inaugural display includes examples of the museum’s superlative Q...
    > Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
  • 04/02/20
    Explore 10 weeks of full-day summer camps, featuring hands-on science investigations in a fun and inclusive setting. Learn more at https://eugenesciencecenter.org/events/camps-and-workshops/science-ad...
    > Eugene Science Center
  • 04/01/20
    This cutie would never pull a April Fool's joke on you, but they will make you smile! This portrait was taken by Elizabeth Romane, Romane Studio in Eugene, Oregon on May 27, 1931, child unknown. Photo...
    > Lane County History Museum
  • 03/31/20
    A big thank you to Lane Forest Products for supporting their community by sponsoring Sensory Friendly Evenings in 2020. We believe everyone, no matter their age or disability, should enjoy the excitin...
    > Eugene Science Center
  • 03/31/20
    This poster promotes getting a toxoid, a type of vaccine, for diphtheria to protect children. There are toxoids for prevention of diphtheria, tetanus and botulism. Diphtheria is a serious bacterial i...
    > Lane County History Museum
  • 03/30/20
    We need your help. This item is part of a dental kit owned by Dr. Wright Lee of Junction City, Oregon. Dr. Lee practiced in Junction City and traveled around the area until 1913 when he retired. The i...
    > Lane County History Museum
  • 03/30/20
    ✨Masterworks Monday: #5WomenArtists Edition✨ Cecily Brown The Reaper, 2019 Oil on linen, 71 x 67 x 1-1/2 inches _______ Cecily Brown rose to prominence in New York in the late 1990s after training in...
    > Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
  • 03/29/20
    Anyone else having breakfast with a good read this morning? . "Das Frühstück (Breakfast)" ca. 1850 by William French (German); Print, steel engraving on paper. . #InTheCollection #MuseumFromHome #...
    > Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
  • 03/28/20
    During this time of unadvised travel, here is a wonderful photograph, c.1960, of the ocean from above the Heceta Head Lighthouse. Haystack Rock can be seen below. Enjoy the view! Heceta Head is named ...
    > Lane County History Museum
  • 03/27/20
    The COVID-19 corona virus has certianly upended our lives. The museum closed to the public last week. We have tried to continue museum and LCHS functions with a mix of remote and onsite work, observin...
    > Lane County History Museum