THE COLUMBIA GORGE MUSEUM
Experience the Columbia River Gorge...
Culture, History, People, Places, Stories
The CGM contains unique and engaging collections from the geology that carved this region to the many cultures that contributed throughout time. Your imagination will soar with our WW1 "Jenny," gasp at a "Steam donkey" that defined the early lumber industry, and contemplate the world's largest Rosary collection, and so much more!
On June 14, 1987, Nelson Moses, a spokesman for the Wishram band of the Yakama Nation, dedicated Tsagaglalal’s spirit to the Columbia Gorge Museum project. The solemn ceremony was held on site whereTsagaglalal is found at a Washington State Park. Moses spoke in his native language granting permission for Her stylized image to be use as a logo.
– Adults – $10
– Seniors (60 Plus) – $8
– Students – $8
– Children (6-12) – $6
– Family Rate (4) – $30
– AAA Members – 10% off
– Military – 10% off
– CGM Museum Members – FREE
– NARM Members – FREE* with Member ID
The Museum is handicapped accessible. Wheelchairs are available at no charge. Call in advance if additional assistance is required.
The building has two elevators.
ASL INTERPRETATION IS AVAILABLE WITH 2 WEEK NOTICE.
Special tours are available for people who are blind or have low vision.
Service Dogs only are welcomed.
The Museum is a smoke-free environment.