Current Exhibits

The Owl and the Woodpecker

Join conservation photographer Paul Bannick for a remarkable birding adventure! Through vivid images and sound recordings, you’ll journey deep into the natural histories of two of North America’s most iconic bird families. On view through September 18, 2016.

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Strung Together - Beads, People, and History

Strung Together celebrates beads and beadwork from around the world, spanning thousands of years and six continents. Blending items from our anthropological collections with works by contemporary artists, Strung Together invites you to discover a world of stories behind the beauty of beads.

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Explore Oregon

300 million years of Northwest natural history

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Oregon - Where Past is Present

Under construction until fall 2016.
Last winter, the museum began construction on Oregon – Where Past is Present and the adjacent exhibit spaces in the museum’s south wing. The undertaking will bring new interactive displays, fresh content, and greater accessibility to the ten-year-old cultural history exhibit – plus a brand new exhibit area devoted to Oregon’s Paisley Caves. 

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