845 Gateway Blvd.
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Phone: (541) 942-9747
Fax: (541) 942-8841
845 Gateway Blvd., Cottage Grove, OR, US, 97424
- Phone: (541) 942-9747
- Fax: (541) 942-8841
Arts & Museums
Discover about ancient civilizations, evolution of man and animals, geology and many relics, fossils and more at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. This intriguing place is part of the University of Oregon and is involved in much research and body of work. Their collections are very awe-inspiring and range from anthropology, zoology to paleontology, archaeology and more. You can find here ancient fossils, manuscripts, specimens of plants and many informative exhibits. The museum organizes several events and educational tours for children, professionals and students of the university. The place is a great insight into the past!
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon exhibits world renowned artists of the 19th and the 20th century. The highlight of the museum is its 12500 piece art collection from all over the world. The museum holds a number of exhibitions and events depicting art from the American, European, Russian and Asian culture. This museum even has a research center open to the public to study the famous artists of the world.
The Springfield Museum gives a detailed overview of local history. It's an ideal place not only for children to learn local history, but also for adults who will enjoy this trip into the past.The exhibits include paintings and old farming tools. Visiting this museum is one of the best ways to spend time when in Eugene.
This museum collects, preserves, and interprets the history of Lane County. There are a variety of exhibits, children's programs, and research archives related to local and national events from the 1840s to the present.
Located on the lower level of the Hult Center for the Performing Arts, this gallery features exhibits by local and regional Northwest artists.
This museum provides a user-friendly and interesting approach to science with hands-on activities for youth and adults. There are national touring exhibits and a computer lab at this Children's Museum and Planetarium.
This museum was designed to encourage community involvement in the use, manufacture, and promotion of sustainable modes of transport, with an emphasis on bicycles.