Douglas County Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Explore our region’s history from ancient fossils to modern wine-making. The state’s largest natural history museum and one of most extensive regional cultural history sites, provides a dynamic educational experience. Open daily 10-5, kids free. I-5 Exit 123.

123 Museum Drive
Roseburg OR 97470
(541) 957-7007

Favell Museum
Featuring Western Art and Artifacts. Reflecting the heritage of the west, on display over 100,000 Indian artifacts and works of over 300 major contemporary western artists. Largest miniature gun collection in the world. Bookstore and gift shop, art prints & original art. Meeting and event facility.

125 West Main Street
Klamath Falls OR 97601
(541) 882-9996

Klamath County Museum/Baldwin Hotel Museum
The Klamath County Museum (1451 Main) and the Baldwin Hotel Museum (31 Main) are connected in summer by a tour bus with commentary on historic downtown area. New: half million dollar forestry exhibit at the Klamath Museum. History of the region is the focus of exhibits.

1451 Main Street
Klamath Falls OR 97601
(541) 883-4208

Rogue River Museum
Enhance your total Rogue River experience with a visit to Jerry's Rogue Jets FREE Rogue River Museum. A vast collection of artifacts, photos and illustrations depicting the Rogue River geologic formation, early man, historic river travel, and the salmon industry of the 1920's. Free admission. Open daily year-round.

Port of Gold Beach/PO Box 1011
Gold Beach OR 97444
(541) 247-9737,   (800) 451-3645

ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum
Amaze yourself with state-of-the-art interactive science exhibits, Science Live! Performances, and hands-on activities. This museum offers a dynamic atmosphere, great for explorers of all ages with frequently changing attractions. Current hours available by calling or on our web site.

1500 E. Main St./PO Box 1177
Ashland OR 97520
(541) 482-6767


Ashland Gallery Association
Get drawn in... to over 25 galleries in the heart of Ashland's lively, nationally-recognized art scene. Explore Ashland's plaza, main street, railroad district, and charming sidem streets to discover what makes Ashland "one of America's best small art towns." Monthly art walk, every First Friday. Call or go online for your complimentary 2010 Ashland Gallery Guide.

PO Box 241
Ashland OR 97520
(541) 488-8430, (877) 752-6278

Lithia Artisans Market
For over 25 years the artists of Southern Oregon have made the quaint alley along Ashland Creek into an exciting open air marketplace. Over 40 booths display their unique art and craft every Saturday 10:00-6:00, and Sunday 11:00-5:00. The season runs from April 1 until mid-November. Live music every day. The Market is located behind the plaza in downtown Ashland. Calle Guanajuato.

Schneider Museum of Art Southern Oregon University
The Schneider Museum of Art is located on the Southern Oregon University campus. Everyone is always welcome. We feature changing exhibits of contemporary art, you should see what we are up to! Visit our website for current information.

1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland OR 97520
(541) 552-6245  (541-) 52-8248

Umpqua Valley Arts Center
Built in 1917 by the State of Oregon as a naval veteran's hospital. Since 1979, it has been dedicated to fostering support for the arts and crafts of Douglas County. Monthly exhibitions feature some of the finest works of Northwest artists.
(541) 672-2532