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Portland Children’s Museum
Where imagination lives! Visit Portland Children’s Museum and let your imagination run wild with hands-on exhibits for children from birth through 10 years old. Explore a world where creativity is your passport. Put on a costume and take center stage. Make a splash in Water Works, or build your own city in our Clay Studio. Dig into heaps of fun in the Dig Pit, or role-play in the Kid City Market and Café. Turn trash into treasures in the recycling studio. Catch a live performance and then relax at story-time. There’s always something new for you at Portland Children’s Museum.
The Oregon Zoo
Home to animals from all corners of the world, including Asian elephants, Peruvian penguins and Arctic polar bears. The Oregon Zoo’s award-winning education programs serve nearly 700,000 people both at the zoo and at schools, senior and community centers around the region. The Oregon Zoo is all of this, but it is also a safe place for families to share moments of discovery and fun.
In Oaks Park theme park, visitors can enjoy a wide variety of fun. Picnics, skating and rides are all part of that fun. There are thrill rides, intermediate rides, and kid's rides.
Visit a world of fantasy where storybook characters come alive in a beautiful forest setting.
Lane ESD Planetarium
Lane ESD Planetarium is the second largest in the Pacific Northwest. It offers year-round educational /entertainment programming, including seasonal planets, constellations; images from the Hubble Space Telescope and laser shows. 2300 Leo Harris Parkway, Eugene. (541) 461-8227.
A piece of Oregon history sits atop a bluff at the mouth of the Yaquina River. It is the Historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, built in 1871 and decommissioned in 1874. It was officially restored as a privately maintained aid to navigation on December 7, 1996. It is believed to be the oldest structure in Newport.