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This beautiful small museum was formerly the George Wise family farmhouse, built on Lake Road in 1865. The museum contains exhibits of relics of early residants of Milwaukie. One of the exhibits spotlights childrens toys and dolls.

Milwaukie Museum is open on Saturdays and Sundays. Special guided tours for school classes, scouts, club, and small groups can be arranged by appointment.

By prior arrangement, historical slide shows and demonstrations for local groups are also available.

Admission is free.

This is just one of the many Historical Museums located throughout Oregon.

Location: 3737 SE Adams St, Milwaukie Oregon 97222 Telephone 503-659-5780

Other History nearby:
(Portland) American Advertising Museum
(Carver) Baker Cabin
(Oregon City) Barclay House
(Washougal) Camas-Washougal Historical Soc. Museum
(Canby) Canby Depot Museum
(Cascade Locks) Cascade Locks Historical Museum


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