Inside The Museum
Set among 5,300 acres on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River Gorge, Maryhill Museum of Art is one of the Pacific Northwest’s most fascinating cultural destinations.
A full day of fun can be had exploring the museum’s special exhibitions and permanent displays. Head outdoors to take in the views and the William and Catherine Dickson Sculpture Park, featuring works by many noted Northwest artists. Enjoy a light lunch at Loie’s: The Museum Café with terrace views of the Columbia River and Mount Hood.
Museum highlights include a gallery of 80 works by Auguste Rodin, artifacts from Queen Marie of Romania, Orthodox icons, unique chess sets from around the world, the renowned Théâtre de la Mode, along with rotating special exhibitions, educational programs and events. Download map and visitor’s guide.
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