We are open daily from 10 am – 5 pm.
The Museum is closed on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
Reservations are not required to visit the Museum. If you would like to buy your tickets in advance, you can do so online.
We do not have a complete campus pass for the Wings & Wave Waterpark, Evergreen Museum, and Digital Theater at this time.
You can easily spend all day exploring the different aircraft, exhibits, and educational opportunities at the Museum. We recommend planning to visit for three hours to get the whole experience. If you only have an hour, view our top recommendations to ensure you don’t miss our major experiences.
All visitors have access to the cargo hold of the Spruce Goose, where you can see the entire length of the iconic aircraft from the inside. For a tour of the cockpit, you can schedule a 15-minute tour when you arrive at the Museum at our admission desk.
Visit our volunteer page to learn about our currently open volunteer positions and complete an application.
Visitors can take photos for personal use only. We do not allow tripods or selfie sticks in the Museum. If you bring these items, we will ask you to return them to your vehicle or leave it behind the admission desk until you leave.
Commercial photography is allowed on a case-by-case basis upon request. To take professional photos, call (503) 434-4185 to request a form.
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Outside food is not allowed in the Museum. We do have picnic tables across the campus that are open for Museum visitors to use.
Food is available at the Aviator Café located in the Aviation Museum lobby, open daily from 11 am – 3 pm. The café features grab-n-go items, including sandwiches, wraps, salads, cookies, and other tasty treats.
Only service and assistance animals are permitted inside the Museum. Dogs are allowed outside on our many trails that weave throughout the campus.
Firearms and weapons are prohibited on Museum property, which includes the parking lot and entrance road.
COVID & Accessibility
Following Oregon State guidelines, facemasks or coverings are required for all indoor public spaces. Masks are available on request. Our staff continues to sanitize the Museum surfaces regularly.
All of our buildings, restrooms, and café are fully wheelchair accessible. Elevators are located in both the Aviation and Space Museums for second-floor access. Wheelchair ramps are located at the entrance of the Evergreen Theater, and there is space for wheelchairs inside the theater.
Complimentary wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters are available for use on a first-come, first-serve basis. Wheelchairs are checked out at the front desk of each building, and guests are required to leave a photo ID while using the wheelchairs to explore the Museum.