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Main St./PO Box 1177, Ashland, OR 97520, phone: (541) 482-6767, email: [email protected] Amaze yourself with state-of-the-art interactive science exhibits, Science Live! This museum offers a dynamic atmosphere, great for explorers of all ages with frequently changing attractions.
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Living history is used to literally bring to life aspects of the Trail experience.
Presenters create factual and emotional perspectives of the era by using historically accurate words, music, songs, costuming, and props.
The Uppertown Firefighters Museum houses an extensive collection of fire fighting equipment and memorabilia dating as far back as the 1880's.
There are hand-pulled, horse-drawn and motorized fire engines and vivid photographic displays of some of Astoria's most spectacular fires.
Huge windows make the Columbia River a living backdrop for exhibits that are interactive and touchable, many accompanied by interviews with people involved in the events depicted.
Our mission: To promote an understanding of the Aurora Colony by providing educational programs about colony life and times and collecting, preserving and exhibiting colony artifacts.
The new space houses interactive exhibits that combine history with cutting-edge technology and numerous Museum acquisitions.
Visitors of all ages will experience what it is like to pilot a tugboat, participate in a Coast Guard rescue on the Columbia River Bar, and live in Astoria during the height of salmon fishing.
Oregon Trail Regional Museum High Desert Museum 59800 South Highway 97, Bend, OR 97702-7963, phone: 541-382-4754, email: [email protected] High Desert Museum engages visitors in the people, plants, and animals of the arid Intermountain West, also known as the High Desert.
It includes nearly 53,000 square feet of exhibits and amenities in the main building, while paved outdoor trails wind through acres of exhibits and animal habitats.