The Columbia Gorge Museum Pass

The Columbia River Gorge has a rich history of arts, culture, and heritage. You can experience this yourself in a number of galleries and museums throughout the region including the Cascade Locks Historical Museum, the Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, and the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum.  

That is why nine museums in the Columbia River Gorge are banding together to present the new Columbia Gorge Museums Pass. You can visit all nine museums (and bring 3 friends!) for only $99. Perfect for a family! Learn about the history of the region and see some of the most incredible art from local artists.

Those participating in the Columbia River Gorge Museum Pass want to give you a taste of what is to come if you buy the pass by bringing art lovers and history buffs an online experience with live FREE broadcasts all week!

Tune in to get a taste of the highlights from each museum from the comfort of your home.

Columbia Gorge Museums – Live Broadcast Schedule

Mon August 17th at 9am Cascade Locks Historical Museum, Livestream

Mon August 17th at 5pm Two Rivers Heritage Museum, Livestream

Tues August 18th at 9am Original Wasco County Courthouse, Livestream

Tues August 18th at 5pm Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum, Livestream

Weds August 19th at 9am Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, Livestream

Weds August 19th 5pm Maryhill Museum of Art, Livestream

Thurs August 20th at 9am Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum, Livestream

Thurs August 20th at 5pm Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, Livestream

Fri August 21st at 9am History Museum of Hood River County, Livestream

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