4 of the Weirdest Oregon Museums to Visit
If you are looking for things to do in Oregon, why not try visiting one of their weird museums? Portland is not the only place that keeps Oregon weird.
You can find weird museums in Salem and Eugene, two of Oregon’s biggest cities besides Portland. Let’s check out some of these weird museums to give you a taste of what you can see inside.
4 OF OREGON’S WEIRDEST MUSEUMS
1 . The Freakybuttrue Peculiarium and Museum
2234 NW Thurman St
This weird museum is in Portland. It has a collection of bizarre exhibits and you can buy odd things in the gift shop and online. You might find occult, Sasquatch, and alien probing exhibits, if you're lucky.
2 . The Portland Puppet Museum
906 SE Umatilla St
Located in Portland, this puppet museum is a museum dedicated to the art of puppetry. It features a collection of puppets from around the world, as well as exhibits on the history of puppetry.
3 . Pacific Northwest Truck Museum in Salem
3995 Brooklake Rd NE
Lots of retro restored trucks to ooh and ahh over. It's going to be weird museum to your kids, who have no idea just how cool these antique trucks used to be.
4 . Shelton McMurphey Johnson House in Eugene
303 Willamette St, Eugene
This old Victorian home is weird inside. It needs to be experienced. Do you believe in spirits lingering in their old homes? If so, you might sense one of the prior habitants as you sift through their memories and home decor. Worth the visit! Even the location is kinda creepy because it's secluded from the street.
Have fun exploring some of the other museums that Oregon has to offer! Check out the list here.
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