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!
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!
Stuff Your Stockings at the Museum Store
The holidays are here at the OHS Museum Store, and we have the perfect gifts to fill a stocking or to tuck under the tree. Hide a Zealandia necklace like this one in an Oregon Myrtlewood box for your special someone. Quirky felt covered soaps and bright print scarves are wonderful stocking stuffers, and put a bird on your tree with one of these sleek wrought iron ornaments. Plus, print the coupon in the sidebar and receive 20% off a single full-priced item!
Historic Photos Make Great Gifts!
OHS Members – Save 10% at Local Gift Shops!
During the month of December 2014, show your OHS membership card at any of the gift shops in the following attractions to receive 10% off!
The Oregon Historical Society's Museum Store will also honor a 10% discount for members of the above organizations (excluding during our Holiday Cheer event on December 7, 2014).
2015 Historic Oregon Calendar On Sale—Only $7.99!
The Oregon Historical Society is excited to partner with Costco once again to present its second annual Historic Oregon calendar, featuring an array of black and white photographs from our vast collection. For only $7.99 in the Museum Store, it’s the perfect way to decorate your office for the new year, or to help keep your family organized at home.
One-of-a-Kind Treasure: Oregon Sunstone
Own a rare Oregon treasure and the official state gemstone! Necklaces, earrings, rings… the Museum Store is stocked with a wide selection of fine jewelry made from one of the rarest gems the world. The Oregon Sunstone is only found in the heart of the south central Oregon outback. Native American legend tells of a fierce battle that took place near the Ochoco Mountains, and as the great warriors of the prevailing tribe made their way across the Warner Valley back to their homes, droplets of blood fell from their wounds and were absorbed into the Oregon Sunstone. The gemstone is believed to harness the sacred power of the mighty warrior spirit.
Jenny Byrne, Zealandia's creator, was born in New Zealand and has woven her initial love of the natural materials found on the beaches and rivers of the world, and a fascination with spiritual and mythological art, into an unusual line of silver, gold, and fossilized ivory jewelry. Zealandia Designs uses all natural materials, combining several elements such as silver, gold, fossilized walrus tusk, ancient mammoth ivory, semi-precious stones, mother of pearl, and the vibrantly colored paua. Each piece is individually crafted in Bali, Indonesia, making your jewelry as unique as the fossilized ivory from which it was created.
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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.
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