Open Hours: Mo to Fr from 08:00 AM to 05:30 PM,Sa from 08:00 AM to 01:00 PM
They do not make toys like this anymore. A vast collection of toys, mostly dolls and iron cast pieces, are displayed ... More
Kidd Toy Museum
They do not make toys like this anymore. A vast collection of toys, mostly dolls and iron cast pieces, are displayed throughout three buildings that make up the museum. It is quite a change from the stuff kids are into these days, but they will enjoy seeing what toys used to be. Adults can see if their old favorites are here. Do not be offended if they aren't new as everything here is 50 to 150 years old.
Fans of romance have to visit this working railway station and work of art. Look for the landmark clock tower
peeking out from the silhouettes of the northern bridges and follow it to the brick station that fairly oozes ...
Created in 1892, primarily to promote visual arts, the Portland Art Museum is set up with several large and open
viewing rooms. Do not miss the Native American collection. Also check out the North Wing's Jubitz Center, which houses ...
Who would have guessed cities like New Orleans and St. Louis would be alive in Portland? Every Wednesday between April
and October, the Sculpture Court at the Portland Art Museum is filled with the sweet sounds of music. The ...
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