Discover Springfield’s unique history
The Springfield Museum is an educational institution authorized by the City of Springfield, Oregon to acquire, preserve, and interpret materials that illustrate the history and development of the City of Springfield, the surrounding rural areas of East Lane County, and the state of Oregon. We feature rotating art and historical exhibits, permanent exhibit displays, and provide additional educational programming for our community throughout the year. As one of Lane County’s FREE museums, our exhibits and programming provide an outstanding value for our community.
Covered Bridges of Lane County is on display July 14-October 21, 2017. This exhibit explores the history and architecture of existing and lost bridges. Featuring oil paintings from the museum’s collection and a variety of photographs, drawings, designs and models, it will be your summer guide to those Lane County landmarks of a bygone age.
When Springfield Was Young is on display May 2 – September 23, 2017. Created in partnership with the Springfield Historic Commission, this exhibit focuses on buildings and businesses in downtown Springfield that no longer exist.
I Am Not Invisible – November 2017 – For more information on this collection of portraits of Oregon women military veterans coming to the Springfield Museum this fall, visit http://www.iani.oregondva.com.
Support the Museum
Through generous support and donations, the Springfield Museum is able to provide free programs, services and historical education to our local community. Find out more about giving opportunities for individuals and businesses.