Love the museum? You'll also love the museum store. From prints to apparel to jewelry to books, our unique selection reflects our unique exhibits. Plus, every purchase you make at the museum store directly supports our education programming, helping us bring science learning adventures to kids and adults all around Oregon. 
The store highlights Native and Northwest makers and includes kids' science kits and toys, handmade jewelry and decor, rocks and minerals, maps, books by local authors, apparel, accessories, and more. 
Our featured artists, authors, and makers include Kim Black, Chris BorgBoutique AcademiaCognitive Surplus, Cenya EichengreenEurographics, John Flinn, Green Science, Lori Howard, Kidzlabs, Jim Langsather, Patti Lomont, Don Lown, Patricia Moynahan-Donohue, Native NorthwestLaura PettigrewBrooke Spehar, Gary Stancil, Becky UhlerKate Whitehorse, and Wild Republic.
Admission to the store is always free. 



Saturday, November 30

Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday 

This holiday season, shop local and make a difference. Your purchase at the museum store directly supports museum education programs that inspire children all across the state. Join us on Small Business Saturday and enjoy hot cider and cookies while browsing our unique collection of gifts created by Northwest artists and authors. We're open from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and admission to the store is always free. 


Thursdays, December 5, 12, and 19

Holiday Nights



Holiday Nights at the Museum

Come warm your spirits with holiday fun throughout the museum and deep December discounts at the museum store! From toys to barware to books to handcrafted jewelry, you'll find the perfect gift for everyone on your list—and your purchase directly supports the museum's award-winning education programs.

December 5 | 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

A meet-and-greet, talk, and book signing with guidebook author Bill Sullivan.

December 12 | 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Musical performances by Soromundi Lesbian Chorus, and a meet-and-greet, reading, and book signing with University of Oregon geologist Marli Miller.

December 19 | 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Lasso demonstrations and a talk on charrería tradition with charro Antonio Huerta, plus a willow random weave demonstration and cordage-making activity with local artist Patricia Montoya Donohue.

Exhibits and activities are included with regular admission. Admission is free with a non-perishable food donation (per person) to FOOD for Lane County. Purchase or renew a family museum membership—a great gift!—at 20 percent off during the events.