Fodor's Expert Review Albany Regional Museum

Albany Museum/Gallery

This 1887 Italianate building in the heart of historic downtown Albany previously housed a department store and was located several blocks away, but the entire building was moved to its current location in 1912. Exhibits change every few months and include subjects ranging from the Willamette Valley hops industry to early aviation. The Rod and Marty Tripp Reference Room has many historical documents and provides ample room to spread books out and do research projects.


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136 Lyons St. SW
Albany, Oregon  USA


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Rate Includes: Free, Tues.–Fri. noon–4, Sat. 10–2, Closed Sun. and Mon.

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