Tuesdays and Thursdays 10-4
Come check out the new exhibits for 2014: A Kaleidoscope of Cultures: The Peoples of Gresham Founding Gresham The Historic Columbia River Highway: The King of Roads Chinook Country: The First Residents of the Gresham Area#
Interested in researching your Gresham family or home? Please make an appointment to visit our Research Room!#
The Gresham History Museum is always looking for more volunteers. We have a variety of tasks from greeting visitors to data entry that we need help with. Please contact the museum if you are interested in helping out!#
Become a Member! Help support our mission by becoming a member today!#
As apart of our Kaleidoscope of Cultures exhibit, we invite you to join us for this event: Museum in a Suitcase Come learn about the Japanese experience in Oregon. March 22nd from 11:00- 12:00 at the Museum#
Join us for a walk through Gresham's history! These hour and a half tours will walk you through Gresham's Historic Downtown. Tours held Saturdays: April 12th, April 19th, May 10th, May 31st, June 14th, June 21st, and June 28th. Tours leave at 11:00 am.#
Join us for a walk through Gresham's Pioneer Cemeteries and learn a little about the history of some of the early residents of Gresham. Tour offered Sunday April 13th and Sunday June 15th from 1:00 - 2:00 pm.#
The Center for the Arts Foundation presents Third Thursday Studios, a lecture series held at the Gresham History Museum on the third Thursday of January, February, March, and April of 2014.#
Make an appointment to come share your stories of growing up, living, working, and play here in Gresham. Each sharing session is filmed, and all participants will receive a DVD copy. Please come share your stories with us!#
The Gresham Historical Society was founded in 1976 by a group of volunteers dedicated to preserving the history of Gresham and the surrounding areas. We are a nonprofit organization, funded by donations and with one part-time, paid staff member and many volunteers. Currently, our membership is 300 strong, comprised of individuals and businesses. Our newsletter comes out quarterly; click on the envelope icon at the top of the page for more information. You can also find us on Facebook (Gresham Historical Society & Gresham History Museum)
To provide and maintain the historic Carnegie Library Building for research, collection, preservation, protection and public display of artifacts, pictures and documents relevant to the history of the area. To provide educational programs that foster an understanding of Gresham area pioneers, families and events.
Preparing for the future by preserving the past.
Tuesdays and Thursdays - 10AM-4PM
Saturdays - 10AM-2PM
Visitors, Volunteers, and Members welcome!
Admission is free.
We're open! Come pay us a visit. We are asking our visitors to use the side door located on 4 Street until our front doors are fixed. Thank you!
-> Our Guided Walking Tours of Historic Downtown Gresham are back! The first tour leaves at 11:00am from the Gresham History Museum on April 12th. The tour leaves rain or shine and is completely free. Donations always welcome and greatly appreciated. Be sure to check out our events tab for other future dates!
-> Did you miss the Historic Cemetery Tour last year? Have no fear, we've brought it back! The Historic Cemetery tour will be hosted on Sunday April 13th and Sunday June 15th from 1:00pm - 2:00pm. Tour group meets at Spring Water Corridor entrance to Main City Park. No charge for tour, donations appreciated.
-> Be sure to check out the Center for the Arts Foundations upcoming Third Thursday lectures, held at the Gresham History Museum. Check out their website at http://www.gcfta.org/ for more information, or check out our Events page.
See our Events page for more information about upcoming events!
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Celebrating the diversity of our community. This exhibit highlights six different cultures that help make up the Gresham community: Japanese, Hispanic, Black,...