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.
Functional Art: Quilting Then & Now will open to the public during the Second Friday Artwalk on January 13 and will run for a month. The exhibit features antique quilts from the museum collection and contemporary quilts made by local artists. As always, admission is completely free!
We are committed to enhancing access to our archives and collection. The Springfield Museum’s Online Collections are available for you to view anytime. Check back often as we add to this collection over the next year.
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.