|Pioneer Courthouse Square Time Capsule|
June 27 – August 31, 2014
On April 6, 1984, more than 50 items symbolizing Portland were placed into a time capsule and buried at Pioneer Courthouse Square. Thirty years later, on May 30, 2014, the items were unveiled for the public to see!
June 7 - September 20, 2014
Oregon boasts an environment ripe for creating wines of distinction. Clink! will tell the story of those individuals and institutions who propelled the Oregon wine industry onto the national and international stage. By working in collaboration with the Oregon Wine History Archive at Linfield College and industry leaders, Clink! will provide an in-depth look at this prominent Oregon commodity.
|Oregon Vineyards: Through the Eyes of an Artist|
June 7 – September 20, 2014
Oregon is blessed with a number of talented artists working in a variety of mediums to portray the beauty of the state, including the lush vineyards of wine country. This exhibition features local artists sharing their unique interpretations of Oregon vineyards.
|Working on the River: A History of Dredging|
May 1 – October 30, 2014
Come navigate a part of Portland’s history in the original exhibit Working on the River: A History of Dredging. Through this exhibition, discover the men, women, and machines that have shaped our region’s geography, trade routes, economic vitality, and history. In commemoration of the Port of Portland vessel, Dredge Oregon, and its recent upgrades, this exhibit highlights the role of dredges like the Oregon in maintaining the Willamette and Columbia River navigation channels for maritime trade.
|2 Years, 1 Month: Lincoln's Legacy|
April 12 – October 6, 2014
This original exhibit takes an in-depth look at Lincoln’s monumental presidency between two historic points: the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation and the Congressional passage of the Thirteenth Amendment. Through rare documents, artifacts, and cutting edge interactive elements, 2 Years, 1 Month will look at Lincoln’s legacy through the lens of slavery and the end of the Civil War. A portion of the exhibit will also explore how Oregonians experienced this critical time in our nation’s history.
|Oregon: 150 Years of Statehood; 150 Million Years in the Making|
The windows in this exhibit illustrate how geology crafted Oregon's landscape and natural resources and continues to shape the land and lives of its citizens.
|Oregon My Oregon|
Winner of a 2005 MUSE Award, Oregon My Oregon features the most important pieces from the Society's collection of artifacts.
|Oregon Voices: Change and Challenge in Modern Oregon History|
With Oregon Voices, a new permanent exhibit, the Oregon History Museum combines the technology of today with stories from the past. This interactive exhibit gives visitors a chance to explore the issues and events that shaped Oregon from 1950 forward.