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The pioneer museum in Brownsville, Oregon is a friendly and well-designed snapshot into rural life across the American frontier. Exhibits explore the cultures of Native Americans, and the lives of immigrants journeying along the Oregon Trail. While visiting the museum, patrons can dawn costumes, and pose in front of an authentic covered wagon. There is also a collection of arcane dentistry tools and real train cars that can be explored. Throughout the museum, artfully arranged vignettes detail the history of the region.
Know Before You Go
Donations are gladly accepted. Visit other noteworthy sites in town such as the picture gallery, Moyer house, and Carlson's hardware.