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We have passed this museum many times on our way to Portland and never stopped. We decided to make it a destination for an afternoon drive. It did not disappoint. We were greeted warmly and told how to walk the exhibits. We especially liked how...More
Date of experience: August 2019
2 Thank jstm58
museumatwarmsprings, Guest Relations Manager at The Museum at Warm Springs, responded to this reviewResponded September 16, 2019
Thank you for visiting and exploring our museum. We are glad that you and your husband enjoyed your visit. Please stop by when you pass through our area again. The changing exhibit gallery has different exhibits through out the year. The next exhibit is The...More
My 18 year old son and I really enjoyed the museum. Nice mix of displays and audio and video. Told the stories of three tribes, the Warm Springs, Paiute, and a third tribe in the area.
Worth a stop on your way to Bend.
This is a very special museum and you will get lost in viewing, listening and interacting with the permanent exhibits. Then stroll into the changing arts gallery to enjoy the temporary exhibit of ( usually) works by lical artists. The gift shop has so many...More
Date of experience: March 2019
2 Thank Anita J
museumatwarmsprings, Development Officer at The Museum at Warm Springs, responded to this reviewResponded March 21, 2019
Thank you for visiting our museum Anita J. We look forward to your next visit. Tell your friends about us.
Our next exhibit in the Changing Exhibits Gallery will be "Babies First Home" from April 18-June 8. An exhibit about cradle boards. We value and...More
Great place to visit with lots of information about the Paiutes, Wascos, and those on the Warm Springs reservation. They have a wide variety of artifacts that are well explained and provide a narration for most of them as well.
We found the Museum at Warm Springs to be an interesting stop on a long road trip thru Oregon.
Very informative on how the reservation came to be, and and the history behind the various Nations and how & why they came to the warm...More
Loved the museum. Not so big that we lost the teenagers. Would have been nice if all the buttons for self-directed tour worked, but it was a nice walk through history. Thought-provoking and informative.
I was traveling for business and stopped to check out the museum as I am always interested in learning about different tribes and their history. This museum does NOT disappoint! It was a very emotional experience to walk through each exhibit hearing the stories of...More
Came upon it by accident. Thee car park is immediately outside. You might find the entrance confusing because it is a large metal door that looks like it is locked. You have to push and pull to find out that it is in fact open....More
We were among those who discovered this authentic gem on solar eclipse weekend. The confederation is made up of the Warm Springs, Wasco & Paiute tribes & their history from eastern plains to lush forests along the Columbia river is beautifully presented in a well...More
The museum reviews the history of the three tribes living on this reservation. It provides information on how and why these tribes settled here. There are many pieces of art and historical artifacts.
The gift shop is also tops. Many items in the gift shop...More