The Oregon Air and Space Museum as the name suggests depicts the history of aviation and space technology. This museum is a non profitable organization for and by the people of Oregon. Opened up in the early 90's this museum regularly organizes special aviation events and fairs. This museum is open even on Sundays during the summers from April to October and till Saturdays in the winter months from November to March. The museum displays various aircrafts and space models which captures the interest of one and all.
Discover about ancient civilizations, evolution of man and animals, geology and many relics, fossils and more at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. This intriguing place is part of the University of Oregon and is involved in much research and body of work. Their collections are very awe-inspiring and range from anthropology, zoology to paleontology, archaeology and more. You can find here ancient fossils, manuscripts, specimens of plants and many informative exhibits. The museum organizes several events and educational tours for children, professionals and students of the university. The place is a great insight into the past!
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon exhibits world renowned artists of the 19th and the 20th century. The highlight of the museum is its 12500 piece art collection from all over the world. The museum holds a number of exhibitions and events depicting art from the American, European, Russian and Asian culture. This museum even has a research center open to the public to study the famous artists of the world.
Eugene Science Center is operational with a mission of engaging and inspiring children towards learning about science and technology. The museum constantly changes and upgrades exhibits, educational programs, planetarium shows, field trips and similar activities in a safe learning environment to encourage children in discovering different sides of science. It is a non profit entity working with the help of volunteers who contribute to enrich the lives of the children and the community as a whole.
A 2500 seater entertainment centre, Silva Concert Hall, is one of the two performing venues within the famous Hult Center for the Performing Arts. This seemingly beautiful venue boasts an intricately designed interior and high-tech amenities. Comfortable seating arrangements, and a plethora of culturally rich performances, its not a surprise that most shows result in packed house. A class in itself, this venue has raised the bars for its contemporaries in terms of delivering quality entertainment.
Settled along rolling lawns of the verdant Alton Baker Park, this concert venue seamlessly paints a picture of a summer paradise evoked by sundry trees, beer gardens and the shimmering, flowing waters of the Willamette River. Complete with state-of-the-art sound technology and a stunning repertoire of diverse performances by the likes of Jackson Browne, TajMo, and altJ, the Cuthbert Amphitheater is an idyllic venue to soak in a bevy of sights and sounds.
Lane County Historical Museum preserves the history of Lane County since 1847 and showcases the culture through its ongoing long and short term exhibits. Children can seek knowledge by attending the children’s educational programs held here while others can explore the vast collection of photographs, research materials, manuscripts, maps and studies relevant to Lane County.
The historical McDonald Theatre was built in 1925 in Eugene, Oregon. The moment you step into this classic venue, you will be hit with nostalgia and a huge gratitude towards the patrons of art. The theater doubles as a museum of sorts with all historic memorabilia displayed for everyone to see. The theater hosts some splendid performances in addition to providing an ideal venue to organize weddings and other events throughout the year.