Museums and Art in the Portland Region
Discover the Art of Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
Tualatin Valley is an artist’s enclave, from colorful murals and hand-crafted sculptures in public spaces to art galleries showcasing the abundance of artistry throughout the region.
In addition to art, our museums are connections to the past, featuring a wide array of artifacts, from rocks and minerals found throughout the globe to vintage high-tech instruments from yesteryear.
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High-tech pioneer Tektronix has preserved its vintage instruments, memorabilia and photographs from its nearly 70-year history at at VintageTEK.
This 100-year old train station features displays covering 150 years of local history from photographs, maps and deeds to clothing, period furniture and a ticket office vignette.
A noted Scottish contribution to the Tualatin Valley is the Old Scotch Church, which was built in 1878, is a national historic site and has a pioneer cemetery.