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620 SW Tutuilla Road, Pendleton, OR, US, 97801

  • Phone: (541) 276-8654
  • Fax: (541) 276-5808
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Arts & Museums

»The Umatilla County Historical Museum

At the Umatilla County Historical Museum you will get to experience hundred years of Pendleton's historical facts. This city full of intrigue and mysteries has a lot to offer where knowledge is concerned. The museum houses the exhibit galleries where you will get to see what the artwork from this region is all about. There are various exhibitions that keep taking place here, giving you different perspectives about the city. There is a caboose in the museum too, so guests can find out what it felt like to be in the last car of the train plus one will get to know how it served as a office within a train too. Other than the caboose and the art galleries, there are various other exhibits on display too, riddled with exciting facts. To get to know more about the Umatilla County Historical Museum do visit their website.

108 South West Frazer Avenue
Pendleton, OR 97801

»Tamastslikt Cultural Institute

This museum and interpretive center tells the 12,000 year-old story of 3 Plateau Tribes, the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla. Offers exhibits, stores and a cafe.

72789 Highway 331
Pendleton, Oregon 97801

»Tamástslikt Cultural Institute

Focusing on the native American culture, Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is an interesting place to visit.

47106 Wildhorse Boulevard
Pendleton, OR 97801

» Echo Bank Building and Historical Museum

Once a bank used for cash exchanges in the early 20th Century, the Echo Bank Building has now been preserved by the Echo Historical Museum. The most stunning thing about this structure is its Roman Classical style of architecture reminiscent of the 20th Century. The building’s exterior is in glazed terracotta and brick, while the interiors feature impressive marble flooring and iron-banking teller’s cages. Now a museum, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

230 West Main Street
Echo, OR 97826
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