The Oregon Historical Society Museum Store is the perfect place to shop if you are looking for something uniquely Oregon. Browse books, historic photos, housewares, jewelry, and much more, all representing Oregon’s rich history and culture.
The Museum Store contains a wide variety of items related to our exhibits, programs, and collections, as well as current and back issues of our journal of record, the Oregon Historical Quarterly. The store also stocks items by Oregon and Pacific Northwest & Native American artists, ranging from fine art, to cards, to gift items and souvenirs. The selection changes regularly so there is always something new to discover at the Museum Store!
WWII Souvenirs & Veteran Discount
The Museum Store is full of souvenirs to remember your summer excursion to our newest exhibit World War II: A World at War, A State Transformed. Pack a picnic in a Rosie the Riveter lunch box, or pick up a mug or tote bag emblazoned with this mid-century icon. The store has toys for all ages, from WWII Monopoly to miniature jeeps and planes to a puzzle made up of iconic propaganda posters.
In honor of their service, all veterans and active military will receive a 10% discount off all Museum Store purchases. We have specially stocked banners and garden stake flags featuring all branches of the armed forces, as well as veteran caps and patches.
Books, Bridges, & Back to School!
It's a new school year, and there is a brand new bridge over the Willamette River! Show off your local pride by picking up a new Portland bridge poster, or by sporting a Bridgetown t-shirt, now featuring the new Tilikum Crossing rail & pedestrian bridge! The Big and Awesome Bridge Book is a great way for students to learn about Portland's bridges, beginning over 100 years ago with the opening of the Hawthorne Bridge. Teachers: this is a must-have on your classroom bookshelf!
The Gentleman of the Senate: Oregon’s Mark Hatfield
On sale in the Museum Store for $30
The Gentleman of the Senate: Oregon’s Mark Hatfield tells the story of the life and legacy of the most influential elected official in Oregon’s history. Through conversations with former staff members, Senate colleagues, and other figures in Oregon politics, The Gentleman of the Senate examines Mark Hatfield’s approach to leadership while outlining his remarkable record in office. Focusing on his years in the U.S. Senate, the film examines how his leadership approach served him well on big issues of the day, including the Vietnam War, healthcare, nuclear weapons, and human life issues like abortion and capital punishment. More than a history lesson, this film acts as a roadmap on how to lead with integrity, compassion, and consistency while holding strong to the values that guide you. Learn more about the creation of the documentary at http://hatfieldfilm.com/.
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Books & Publications
The Oregon Historical Society Museum Store features a wide selection of books from local and regional authors. All publications featured on the Books and Publications page are available for purchase in the museum store.
Looking for a particular book or subject? Call the Museum Store at 503.306.5230 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday – Saturday | 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday | Noon – 5 PM
Admission is free to visit the museum store.
The Oregon Historical Society Museum Store is located in the main pavilion of the Oregon History Museum in downtown Portland:
1200 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Phone: (503) 306-5230
Fax: (503) 221-2035
Special OHS Member Discount!
Oregon Historical Society Members receive a 10% discount on all non-sale items in the Museum Store. Not a member? Join today!