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GILBERT HOUSE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

116 Marion Street Northeast, Salem, OR 97301 Directions

Since 1989

Here’s The Deal:
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Gilbert House Children's Museum is a non. profit organization children's Museum linked to downtown Salem Riverfront Park, Established in 1989. It provides creative and engaging educational experiences that activate the natural interest of children. The Museum is organized into three historic houses. Gilbert House Children's Museum offers year-round entertainment with immersive indoor & outdoor exhibitions. Kids & adults alike love the three historic houses. They are focused on creating an open and friendly community for all their employees, clients, donors, subcontractors, vendors, and guests. Gilbert House Children's Museum offers free entry for children under age one."

SPECIALTY:
Spring Break Camp Wacky Science, Homeschool Hangouts, Workshops, Students, Discover the Wonder, Exhibitions, Summer Camps, Event Calendar, Science Night for Adults, Youth, Field Trips, Teachers, Educational, Preschool, Adult, Summer Block Party, Legacy of Play Day, Parties & Family Programs

Price: General: $8
Seniors (60+): $7
Military: $7

acgilbert.org

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Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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POWERLAND HERITAGE PARK

3995 Brooklake Road Northeast, Salem, OR 97303 Directions

Since 1970

Here’s The Deal:
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Powerland Heritage Park is to know about the early machines that made Oregon and America work. Prior to the founding of Powerland Heritage Park, yearly threshing bees were held on farms in Silverton and Woodburn, Oregon, in the 1950s and 1960s. The public became connected to these activities, and attendance increased exponentially. The Great Oregon Steam-Up is the biggest gathering in Antique Powerland throughout the year, involving both the museums and many other guests. Powerland Heritage Park is proud to show its drive through the celebration of innovations, tales, and machinery."

SPECIALTY:
Vintage Trucks and Cars, Country Music, Engines, Crawlers, Historic Trolley, Miniature Railroad, Miniature Farm Display, Rides, Logging Gear, Early Electricity Exhibit, Models, Blacksmithing, Authentic Steam Sawmill, Swap Meet & Children's Passport Program

Price: Adults: $6
Children (12 & Under): Free

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antiquepowerland.com

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Wed - Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mon & Tue Closed

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HALLIE FORD MUSEUM OF ART

700 State Street, Salem, OR 97301 Directions

Since 1998

Here’s The Deal:
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Hallie Ford Museum of Art helps to experience the impact of new ideas and hope for a possible future. It explores galleries exhibiting creations by Pacific Northwest and Native American artists and works from ancient to modern. Hallie Ford Museum of Art provides a regular activity that brings knowledge of creativity. Hallie Ford Museum of Art is the third-largest art museum in Oregon explores the creativity of the human spirit embodied in the art of diverse cultures, places, and periods."

SPECIALTY:
Christian Themed Works, The Ancient World, Carl Hall Gallery, American Art Collections, Exhibitions, Educational Programs, Special Events, Tours and Groups, Asian Collections, Mark and Janeth Sponenburgh, Event Rentals, European Collection & Northwest Collection

Price: General: $6
Senior ( 55+): $4
Educator or College Student (18+ with school ID): $3

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willamette.edu/arts/hfma

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Tue - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Mon Closed

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