Union County Museum

333 S. Main St.
Union, OR 97883- Map It
(541) 562-6003

AAA Editor Notes

Union County Museum is at 333 S. Main St. Permanent exhibits include the Cowboys Then & Now collection, which highlights the history of cowboys and cattle in North America, and the furnished Period Rooms. Other displays describe the natural and cultural history of the county. The Agriculture, Timber & Transportation Building features a livery station, barn, cobbler's shop, railroad displays and the Hat Point Fire Lookout. The museum also houses a research library.
$5; $4 (ages 60+); $3 (students with ID); free (ages 0-5).
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-4, Mother's Day to mid-Oct.