The Best Places To See in Eugene

Handpicked Top 3 Places To See in Eugene, Oregon. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1430 Johnson Lane, Eugene, OR 97403

Since 1930

Museum, Café, Accessibility, Store, Social Media, Tours, Event Rentals, Rooms, Catering, Faculty and Students, Visit the Galleries, Collections, Exhibitions, Faculty Resource Center, Kids and Families Programs, Art Camp, Artpacks, Classes for Adults, Children & Off-Site After School Classes Programs

Museum Members, K-12 (18 and under), University/College students, UO Faculty/Staff: Free Admission - More than 3,700 works of art collection - Free general admission to everyone the first Friday of each month

Price: Adults $5 & Seniors (62+) $3

Thu - Sun : 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Wed : 11:00 am - 8:00 pm Mon & Tue : Closed

I was really impressed with this museum. I figured that in a town the size of Eugene's it wouldn't be all that large of a place. But wow, they had an amazing collection. I had a great time viewing all of them. My favorite pieces were the Russian religious works from the 1500s. Really beautiful. It was the first time I've seen Russian works from that time period in person. I felt that the museum was well laid out and we were lucky enough to be there when they had a Monet on exhibit as wel

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1680 E. 15th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

Since 1936

Museum, Educational Programs, Little Wonders, K-12 Programs, Outreach Programs, Teacher Resources, Camps, Guided Community Tours, University Courses, Public Programs, Archaeology Lecture Series, Workshops Programs, Public Programs, Group Visits, Anthropology Collections, Paleontology Collection, Geology Collections & Zoology Collections

Children (2 and under), MNCH Members, UO Students, Faculty and Staff (with ID), Active-duty Military (with ID): Free Admission - The museum's collections include nearly 100,000 fossils from Oregon, the Pacific Northwest and around the world

Price: General $5, Seniors (62+) $3, Youths (3-18) $3, Families (2 adults and up to 4 youths) $10

Tue - Sun : 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon : Closed

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History is an attractive authority on the prehistory of Oregon. Time surprisingly passes far more easily than at the Oregon Historical Society in Downtown Portland. This museum is among the buildings at the University of Oregon, with lots of parking to be found and a permanent collection to be enjoyed. The admission price of five dollars max makes this institution a valuable one to visit given the information and artifacts.

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2300 Leo Harris Pkwy, Eugene, OR 97401

Since 1961

Children's Museum, Exhibit Hall, Planetarium, Public shows, Field Trip, Group Visits for Schools, Birthday Parties, Museum Store, Special Events, Tot Discovery Days, Science Adventures Programs, Girls' Science Adventures, Homeschool Programs, Science Factory Programs, Summer Camp & Workshops

Children (ages 0-2), Members: Free Admission - Member rate: Science Factory members receive free admission to "Stargazing" shows and pay $2.50 for all other shows

Price: General (ages 3-61) $5.00, Seniors (ages 62+) $4.00

Tue - Sun : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon : Closed

This place was great. We almost didn't go due to the mixed reviews but we (grandma, two science-y parents and a 3 and 6 year old) all enjoyed it. We spent about two hours there and pet a boa constrictor, made paper airplanes and a rocket, and learned a bit about Archimedes screw and the Bernoulli principle. Plus our entrance was free as we are members of our local science museum. It is a small gem.

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