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Museums Make Dynamic Meeting Spaces

Published: July 01, 2016


Elevate your meeting or event with a cultural, historical or artistic setting. Book a museum or gallery for after-hours cocktails among the paintings, sculptures or historic artifacts. Oregon has some amazing collections and antiquities to share, and you can include a presentation by a curator, or offer private tours of the collections. 

Stage a workshop or lecture in an art studio or in a science lab — this is a great way to peak delegates' interests! Or meet in an airport hanger, with legendary planes and historic flying craft parked all around. Match your group's interests with one of the region's fascinating exhibits.

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art offers elegant spaces for special events and meetings. Whether you choose one or a combination of the… More Info
The perfect indoor play option for small children! The Adventure! Children's Museum features many interactive exhibits including: a… More Info
Established to collect, preserve and interpret the history of Lane County, Oregon. The museum has a wide variety of long-term exhibits,… More Info
At this world-class museum, visitors explore 15,000 years of Oregon's cultural history and 300 million years of its natural history and… More Info
With the motto "Honoring our veterans by educating our public," the Oregon Coast Military Museum is focused on preserving personal stories… More Info
Displays of full-sized WWI and WWII aircraft and artifacts showing the incredible history of aviation and space technology. Comprehensive… More Info
The distinctive "art deco" armory was built in 1931 for the Oregon National Guard. After almost 80 years of use, the National Guard outgrew… More Info
Also known as 'the Castle on the Hill', the Shelton McMurphey Johnson House is the area's only Victorian House Museum. Built in 1888, the… More Info
As two of the oldest houses in Eugene, the Mims' Houses are on the local and National Historic Registry. It was purchased by C.B and Annie… More Info
The Museum's collection of photographs, tools, rocks, minerals and other artifacts, pays tribute to the area's gold mining history. Come… More Info
Explore, create, tinker, touch and discover! The Eugene Science Center offers fun, interactive science and technology exhibits, live star… More Info
The only Air Museum in Oregon dedicated to the collection, preservation, and display of Oregon's rich aviation heritage. With at least five… More Info
Established in 1992, the Hall of Champions enshrines trophies and memorabilia from glorious moments in University of Oregon sports history.… More Info
The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex features Marcus Mariota's Heisman Trophy. The lobby area is open to the public to view the trophy as well as… More Info
Located in historic Old Town Florence. Displaying relics and historical information from the area. Featuring the Siuslaw River and its… More Info
Located in Springfield's historic downtown antique shopping district in the 1911 Oregon Power Company substation. The Springfield Museum… More Info
The Emerald Art Center is a non-profit center for visual arts holds classes for children and adults, ongoing members' shows, monthly special… More Info
Enjoy art and art making at Maude Kerns Art Center! The Center presents 10 exhibits annually, including Día de los Muertos, the Annual… More Info

To Book a Museum or Gallery:

Linda Norris

Director of Convention Services

Linda provides in-market support for convention meeting planners. She assists with venue and activity arrangements, delegate itineraries and tour options, and dining and transportation recommendations. Linda coordinates welcome table services, delegate information packets, "Show your badge" discount programs, meeting micro-sites and pre-conference collateral. Additionally, Linda offers resources for reunions, weddings and other group events.

Author: Eugene, Cascades & Coast