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!
Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift that you can only find in Oregon? Pick up a piece from our new line of Oregon Sunstone jewelry to spice up your summer wardrobe! Each sunstone is completely unique, and we have earrings, necklaces, and bracelets to fit every taste. The sunstone gem is particularly special as it is only mined in Eastern Oregon, and is the official state gemstone.
Shop Dads & Grads at the Museum Store
Give your dad the presidential treatment this Father’s Day with a gift from our founding fathers! A copy of The President’s Club by Michael Duffy and a presidential card game will make for a fun and relaxing Father’s Day.
Send your grad off on their next big adventure with a passport holder, credit card or business card holder, and luggage tag, made especially for the OHS Museum Store! Each travel item features a photo from our collection. Add a copy of Portland Rose Festival, the just released pictorial history of the city’s premier event, into their carry on for the perfect travel companion.
Trees of Greater Portland, New Edition by Phyllis Reynolds
$22.00 regular price, member price $19.80
This spring sees not only the return of foliage to Portland’s many trees but a new revised edition of Phyllis Reynolds classic guide to them. This definitive reference is filled with 273 high quality, full color photographs taken by the author of the city’s most notable examples of 137 species. The book also includes nine suggested tree tours and the exact locations of all the trees featured.
David Douglas, A Naturalist at Work: An Illustrated Exploration Across Two Centuries in the Pacific Northwest by Jack Nisbet
$27.95 regular price, $25.16 member price
For lovers of the Northwest’s green world and history this recent biography of pioneering botanist, David Douglas, is a must have book. Bestselling author Jack Nisbet recalls his remarkable life with the assistance of gorgeous full color illustrations of plants, animals, and artifacts that populate almost all of the nearly 160 pages of this hardcover book which is as at home on a table top as it is on a book shelf. It is almost as great a tribute to the man as the fir tree that bears his name.
Wildflowers of the Columbia Gorge, by Russ Jolley
Russ Jolley’s Wildflowers of the Columbia Gorge, which was just featured in an article in The Oregonian, is a must have for lovers of Oregon’s lush flora. Even better: it’s now on sale now for only $5!
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About the Store
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 at 1200 SW Park Avenue in downtown Portland.
Special OHS Member Discount!
Oregon Historical Society Members receive a 10% discount on all non-sale items in the Museum Store.
If you have any questions or would like to place an order, please call (503) 306-5230, or email email@example.com.