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The museum is located on Main Street in the center of Union’s charming Victorian downtown.

Welcome to the website of the Union County Museum in Union, Oregon. We are dedicated to presenting and preserving the history of Union County and the surrounding area. The museum is continually adding and upgrading exhibits. This website is also dynamic, so please check back for news and additional content.

The museum is located at 333 South Main Street, in Union, Oregon. Reach us by phone at 541.562.6003.

To get to Union, take exit 265 from Interstate 84 at La Grande and drive 15 miles southeast to Union on Oregon Highway 203. Or, take exit 285 from Interstate 84 at North Powder, and drive 16 miles northeast to Union on Oregon Highway 237.

Our season of operation is Mother’s Day through mid-October. During the season, we are open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The museum is operated by volunteers. If you find the museum closed during normal hours, please visit the Union City Hall across the street and ask that they call a museum volunteer to open for you. October 1, 2013: Due to roof damage from a recent hail and rain storm, the museum has closed for the season a couple of weeks early. However, our presentation by historian Mike Hanley and annual meeting, 7 p.m. on October 11, is being held in the Little White Church across the street and will go on as scheduled. Please join us for a fun evening.

Support the museum. Please join the Union County Museum Society, owned and operated by a non-profit corporation.