The Washington County Museum offers an array of programs and resources tailored for different interests. Field Trip programs are highly interactive and include lively discussions paired with hands-on learning. Families enjoy fun-filled workshops led by teaching artists from across the region. College students, professors, researchers and other inquisitive individuals become steeped in local history that spans from the precolonial to the contemporary. At the heart of our dynamic education programs is a vital backdrop created by community-led exhibits that touch on a variety of cultures, objects, and ideas that have contributed to the Tualatin Valley’s rich history.
We welcome you to the museum for tours, programs, and family fun. K-12 students enjoy educator-led Field Trip programs that support Oregon State Board of Education Social Science Core Standards. Group Tours for adults and seniors can be tailored to your liking. Free Family Mornings take place on second Saturdays from March through November.
The museum offers several options for learning and connecting through off-site programs such as educator-led Mobile Learning Programs and community member-led Local Story programs. Click links to learn more.