Hours

Wednesdays through Sundays
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Thursdays until 8:00 p.m. 

Timed tickets are available but not requiredRequest your timed tickets online or contact us at mnchticketing@uoregon.edu or 541-346-3024. 
Masks are required inside the museum for everyone over the age of 2, regardless of vaccination status. Learn about our pandemic safety measures. 

 

 

Admission

General
$6
Seniors (62+)
Youths (3-18)
$4
Families
(up to 2 adults and 4 youths)
$12
  • Children (2 and under)
  • UO students, faculty, staff*
  • MNCH members
  • Veterans and active-duty military*
Free

OREGON TRAIL AND OTHER EBT CARD HOLDERS  
The museum offers discounted admission to visitors presenting electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards such as the Oregon Trail Card. 

  • Individual: $1
  • Families: $5

Learn about all of our free and reduced admission opportunities.  

 

K-12 FIELD TRIPS
Want to schedule a museum visit for your K-12 class?
Visit our K-12 programs page to learn how. 

 

 

GROUP VISITS | GROUP RATES | GUIDED TOURS
Due to health and safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not currently offering guided tours

 

 

Directions

1680 East 15th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97403

The museum is located on 15th Avenue, between the Knight Law Center and Global Scholars Hall, on the University of Oregon campus.  

Bicycle racks are available at the museum's main entrance.

Plan your trip on public transit using the LTD interactive route planner. 

Limited free parking is available during your visit in UO Lot 34a. Please call 541-346-3024 for details. Learn more about parking at the University of Oregon. 

Our exhibits are fully wheelchair accessible. A wheelchair is available for visitor use on a first-come, first-served basis.  

 

Museum Store

A student browsing the store's book collection

Make a difference when you shop. Each purchase at the museum store directly supports museum education programs that inspire Oregonians all around the state. 

We feature science gear for kids and adults; items crafted by local, Native, and regional artists; Northwest-focused books and field guides; and much more. Admission to the store is always free. Learn more