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Museum of Natural and Cultural History, Eugene

(4.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • I'm nerdy....I like going to museums, even at 43 I enjoying learning about the past and local history. I'm new to the area and it was cool learning new things and seeing history in person that I've ac...  more »
  • Some of the exhibits were being updated. But still was a great museum. Loved the owl photo exhibit and the Mount St. Helens exhibit too. Easy to walk around in. Parking lot just to the west has spots ...  more »
  • We came in with family one day, at the end of the heat wave this summer. The campus museums were having a "beat the heat" special - free admission! Just happened to run into it walking around the east...  more »
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  • Wow this museum is truly amazing. I learned so much about hunter gatherers and fishing. This museum would get five stars but you know that globe in the kids section... it just wasn't as shiny as I had hoped it would be. Despite that set back the staff there is just super.
  • Great interactions, great info :) although it is rather small. The museum is free admission on home game days for the ducks (I dont know if that's only for football...) and I wouldn't pay to get in.
  • Great collection of NW native materials, plus good review of Oregon's natural history.
  • Super cute and well-run museum focused on tactile ways the little ones learn, love it!
  • The Museum of Natural and Cultural History is a fantastic place to visit for all ages. The people at the museum are top notch, from the archaeologists piecing together Oregon's past to the friendly and knowledgeable volunteers who are always on hand to answer any questions. I may be a little on the biased side because, well, I work here, but I loved this museum long before I got hired. Come on over and you'll see what I mean.