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Museum of Natural and Cultural History

1680 E 15th Avenue, Eugene, OR

Phone

541-346-3024

Upcoming Events

The Moon: a Photographic Exhibit

Mountains formed in moments? Bootprints that last for thousands of years? All this and more happens on Earth's only satellite, the Moon! Learn interesting...

2/20 11am
The Moon: a Photographic Exhibit

Mountains formed in moments? Bootprints that last for thousands of years? All this and more happens on Earth's only satellite, the Moon! Learn interesting...

2/21 11am
The Moon: a Photographic Exhibit

Mountains formed in moments? Bootprints that last for thousands of years? All this and more happens on Earth's only satellite, the Moon! Learn interesting...

2/22 11am
The Moon: a Photographic Exhibit

Mountains formed in moments? Bootprints that last for thousands of years? All this and more happens on Earth's only satellite, the Moon! Learn interesting...

2/23 11am
NEA Big Read: Continuum: Contemporary Weaving

Continuum: Contemporary Weaving Traditions of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw People Join artist and weaver Sara Siestreem (Hanis Coos) for a...

2/23 3pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Ana Lara

Ana Lara left a positive review 2/9/2018

It was great. Instructions were clear and I really enjoyed learning how to make a basket (my first time ever). Thank you!

Kyle Marston

Kyle Marston left a positive review 10/21/2017

Transitions are important!

Yuncong Han

Yuncong Han left a positive review 9/28/2017

It's a good experience for me.

Kenneth Singer

Kenneth Singer left a positive review 8/2/2017

Dr. Fisher was very energetic, the talk was timely, informative, well presented, with excellent audiovisuals. Very well done.

Qianwei Liu

Qianwei Liu left a positive review 2/23/2017

It was percect, people are friendly, foods are delicious and we met a new friend in that activity.

Faisal Albalawi

Faisal Albalawi left a positive review 10/10/2016

it was good and the presenter was awesome, I surprised that there are old animals live in Oregon. in sum, I like it and I'll try to go to other archaeology events again.