Experience the Historic Park

Visitors of all ages are invited to experience the two historic buildings anchoring OMM’s Historic Park, the Quartermaster Storehouse (a walk-through interpretive center) and the Battery A Field Artillery Horse Barn (featuring a collection of Japanese and American artillery). In addition to a four-tank display, the Park will host events and activities throughout the season.

Free admission, donations welcome.

May 21 – November 12, 2022

Thursday, 10am–3pm
Friday, 10am–3pm
Saturday, 10am–3pm

Only certified service dogs (not including support or therapy pets) are allowed in OMM buildings including the Museum, Quartermaster Storehouse, and Artillery Barn. Leashed pets, including support and service pets, are welcome onto  OMM’s outdoor grounds. Please have poop bags with you to clean up after your pets. 

The Museum is located at Camp Withycombe, an active military post for the Oregon National Guard (ORNG). All museum visitors must follow ORNG requirements for post visitors including:

  • A valid ID check is required at the security entrance gate.
  • No firearms or weapons allowed, including those with concealed permits.
  • No smoking or vaping on post, including Museum grounds.

Location & Directions

The Museum is located 1.5 miles off I-205, exit 12-A southbound or exit 12 northbound. From I-205, turn right onto 212-E and then make a left onto SE 82nd Drive. At the traffic light, make a right onto SE Tolbert Street. The entrance to Camp Withycombe will be ahead once over the overpass.

Once on post and past the security entrance gate, follow signs to the Museum by making a right. The Museum soon will be on your right.

If the Museum’s parking lot is full, continue up the road and make a left at the stop sign and then an immediate left into the AFRC parking lot. Museum visitors may park in spaces near the Museum.

Access to the Museum’s Historic Park and parking areas is limited to daytime and during special events at the Museum.

Call 971-355-2275 to coordinate group visits, accommodate special needs visitors, or with questions regarding your visit.

Specialty & Group Tours

While the Museum’s exhibit galleries are in the development stage, OMM continues to provide community outreach and education programming for groups such as veterans, retirement homes, military heritage groups, homeschool organizations, and schools. If your organization or group is interested in a specialty or group tour, contact OMM’s Director of Programs & Services at 971.355.2283.

The Oregon Military Museum plans on providing special events and programming for the general public during the off-season while the exhibits galleries are in construction and the Museum prepares for its Grand Opening in 2023. Make sure to sign up for our mailing list or follow us on Facebook or Instagram to keep up to date on future special tours, events, and activities.