The Museum is temporarily closed in accordance with Oregon state guidelines regarding COVID-19 

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COVID-19 Coronavirus situation

The Museum is open. The safety and wellbeing of our guests, staff, and volunteers is priority one, and the Museum is taking proactive measures related to the coronavirus outbreak. We have alerted staff and volunteers about transmission prevention methods including updated hand-washing protocols and implemented enhanced cleaning procedures in high-touch areas of the Museum.We are implementing a truncated movie schedule, effective Saturday, March 14. This additional 30 minutes between films allows us to enhance our cleaning and disinfecting procedures between movie showings. You can do your part by following hygiene best practices and following the guidance of local health officials. We are actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and following the guidance of the Oregon Health Authority, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other health authorities. We will keep you updated through this fluid situation. 

NO DAY/OVERNIGHT RV PARKING on the following dates, due to Museum events:

  • North Parking Lot CLOSED March 6-17, 2020
  • North Parking Lot CLOSED 6am-6pm June 28, 2020
  • North Parking Lot CLOSED 6am-6pm September 7 through October 2, 2020

The Museum is located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, just 45 minutes southwest of Portland, Oregon.

Wind your way through our many exhibits on your own or let us help you plan a route. Whether you have an entire day, a few hours, or are visiting with young children, we can help you create the perfect visit with a detailed agenda or simply a list of must-sees. Make sure you check our schedule of guided tours and options for group trips.

In addition to enjoying our many exhibits, you may also want to have a bite to eat at one of our museum cafés, or catch a movie in our state-of-the-art 3D digital theater. A detour to one of our Museum Stores, stocked with souvenirs for all ages, is another must. And, if you’re traveling with children, you won’t want to miss the outdoor play park located just outside the Space Museum building entrance. Visit our Aircraft & Exhibits page for a sampling of what the Museum has to offer.

We know that some visitors don’t have an entire day to spend at the Museum. Here are some highlights to check out, if your time is limited.

What to see in Under 3 Hours:
We know you’ll wish you could stay longer—but if you only have a few hours, here are some suggestions to make the most of your visit.
• Take a Tour • Ask a Docent • Spruce Goose Cockpit Tour and Photo • Titan II SLV missile silo • SR-71 Blackbird • WWII Aircraft area

What to see in a Full Day:
You can see both the Aviation and Space building exhibits, step aboard the Spruce Goose, catch a 3D movie, and still have time to grab a bite at one of our Cafés and visit the Museum Store for souvenirs.
• See Aviation and Space exhibits • See a movie • Take a shopping break • Explore the Nature Trail

What to see with Families:
Although the whole family will enjoy our aviation and space exhibits, if you are traveling with young children you’ll also want to visit the following kid-friendly areas.
• Space Museum Playground • Aviation Museum Kid Zone • Biplane Carousel • Titan II Missile Launch Sequence • Spruce Goose cargo bay • 3D Theater • Cafés

Note:  At times, the Museum will be closed for private events. These occurrences will be noted on our homepage. Additionally, the Museum is closed for major holidays – please check the Hours and Admissions page before your visit. The Museum is closed on Easter, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Regional Attractions
Situated in the heart of Oregon’s wine country, you’ll also find plenty of regional attractions within easy reach to consider when planning your visit.

Accessibility
The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is dedicated to inspiring and educating all of our guests. Our campus provides a range of accommodations for all.

The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum and Evergreen Theater are fully wheelchair accessible. Free wheelchairs are available for use on a first-come, first-serve basis at the front desk of each building. Unfortunately there are a limited number of wheelchairs available, so guests are required to leave a photo ID at the front desk while using Museum wheelchairs.

Elevators are located in both Museums for second floor access. Wheelchair ramps are located at the entrance of the Evergreen Theater as well as space for wheelchairs inside the theater. All restrooms and cafés are wheelchair accessible.

 

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