2625 Cascade Ave
Hood River, OR 97031
Phone: (541) 308-1000
Fax: (541) 386-4505
Arts & Museums
A trip to the world of art awaits you at Maryhill Museum of Art. The collection on display features an extensive array of artworks, comprising of Native American and European creations. The exhibits include sculptures by August Rodin, American Indian Artifacts, Romanian Queen Marie's personal jewelery and silverware, and Loïe Fuller's souvenirs. Also showcased here are personal memorabilia of Samuel Hill, the founder of Maryhill Museum of Art. Théâtre de la Mode displays dress styles of the 1940s, while the outside park features sculptures by Catherine and William Dickinson. The museum is open daily but check the website for varying hours of operation.
Bordering the exact site of the famous Barlow Road, part of the Oregon Trail; the Sandy Historical Museum contains artifacts and history of the Sandy area.
If you have ever wondered how America's pioneers made their way West and managed to live, check out this place. Changing exhibits mean the items and presentation are fresh. The museum's past exhibits have included household items and a display of antique watches and clocks. The museum building was recently added to the National Register for Historic Buildings.
The Jacob Zimmerman House is a heritage farm that is now open to visitors as a museum. The Fairview-Rockwood-Wilkes Historical Society conserves and maintains this vintage property. For more details, check website.