There’s something magical about traveling through time via a good museum. And we have plenty to offer in and around the area. Visit any of the museums in the Gorge and you’ll end up learning a thing or two about this remarkable land and its people.
Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center
Stevenson, WA • 800-991-2338
Located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center is a museum that brings to life the human stories and natural history of one of our nation’s most compelling landscapes. Come experience 15,000 years of history.
Maryhill Museum of Art
Goldendale WA • 800-386-2882
Maryhill Museum of Art collects, presents and preserves art and historical and natural resources, to enrich and educate residents and visitors of the Pacific Northwest.
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center
The Dalles, OR • 541-296-8600
The multimedia, interactive museum inspires appreciation and stewardship of the natural and cultural treasures of the Gorge and Wasco County. Exhibits focus on the volcanic upheaval and raging floods that created the Gorge, the unique flora and fauna of the region, and eleven thousand years of cultural history. Collections include hundreds of American Indian baskets from throughout the Pacific Northwest, photo archives (partially available on-line), and local genealogical files available in the William G. Dick Library.