Bring your group to the museum for a thought-provoking exhibit overview led by museum staff during regular business hours. Entrance includes access to This Kalapuya Land, Timber in the Tualatin Valley and the new AgriCulture exhibit (opens September 27). Use our exhibits to expand classroom curriculum and learn some conversation starters through new contexts using historical artifacts, primary sources, and diverse texts. Folks of all ages will gain a better understanding of the region’s history, art, science, and culture.
Pricing, Payment & Capacity
School groups: $3 for youths under 18; Adult / College groups: $4 for adults, 18 and over. A group may have up to 30 people and must have one chaperone for every 10 students (does not apply to Group Visits for adults). One teacher and three chaperones accompanying the group receive free admission. Additional teachers and/or chaperones will be charged $4 each. Schools will be invoiced when their registration is completed. Payment is due prior to the class visit.
To pay by check, please make check payable to “Washington County Museum” and send payments to the following mailing address:
Washington County Museum
3300 NW 185th Ave, Ste. 260
Portland, OR 97229
Location, Directions, & Bus Info
WCM is located on the PCC – Rock Creek campus. The physical address is 17677 NW Springville Rd. Portland, OR 97229. However, buses must drop off and pick up students at the main PCC campus turnaround in front of Building 5. Parking behind the museum for smaller vehicles is available. See the PCC Rock Creek campus map for more. Please Note: Springville Road west of the PCC Rock Creek campus entrance and portions of 185th are under construction and can cause delays. Please allow extra travel time if traveling through this area.
The museum does not have a lunch room available, even in the case of bad weather. However, the entrance to the PCC Rock Creek Recreation Facility is directly behind the museum within easy walking distance where there are some sheltered picnic tables. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Schedule Group Tour
School groups must reserve at least two weeks in advance. Reservations are on a first-come-first-served basis and tend to fill up quickly. To make a reservation, please fill out the contact form below. The Education Registrar will respond to you within 3 business days. For further questions, you may contact education staff at (503) 645-5353 or by email at education(AT)washingtoncountymuseum(DOT)org..