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Umpqua Valley Arts Association - A not-for-profit organization with over a decade of service to the community. It is dedicated to art education, art appreciation, service to artists and art organizations, and the promotion of the arts throughout Douglas County.

Applegate Trail Interpretive Center - Offers a glimpse into the colorful history of this rugged area through the stories of the pioneer settlers, the naming of Grave Creek, the discovery of gold, the impact of the stageline, and the building of the railroad.

ScienceWorks Hand-on Museum - Home to nearly 100 interactive exhibits that encourage children and adults to learn more about various scientific principles. Here to inspire wonder and stimulate creative exploration through fun interactive science and the arts.

Schneider Museum of Art - A regional center for presenting and interpreting the visual arts. The Schneider Museum strives to inspire, challenge, provide enjoyment and deepen our understanding of the human experience.

Crater Rock Museum - Educating and enlightening people of all ages through the study of earth sciences, geology, lapidary, mineralogy, natural history and paleontology by conducting tours, teaching classes, and maintaining museum displays.

Kid Time! Discovery Experience - Explore, Imagine, Create. Each week there is a new theme to explore in different fun ways. Kid Time provides exciting play experiences in each exhibit zone.

Noah's Rafting & Fishing - A professional rafting and fishing guide service business dedicated to doing for you what you can't, won't or shouldn't do by yourselves, never compromising safety for your momentary pleasure or excitement.

Craterian Theater at The Collier Center for the Performing Arts - The goal here is to enhance the cultural opportunities of the region and increase community pride by operating a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose performance facility. Come be part of it!

Grants Pass Museum of Art - The Museum's mission is to enrich lives by offering art experiences that stimulate the senses, intrigue the intellect and bring joy to the spirit.

Douglas County Museum - Home to Oregon's largest natural history collection on display, the Museum's more than 7,500 items are used to help tell the ancient and contemporary stories of the Umpqua River Valley.

Children's Museum of Klamath Falls - A fun, interactive environment for children to explore the ever-changing world around them. Through arts, sciences, and humanities the Children's Museum stimulates the creative potential within them all.

Lake County Museum - The purpose of the museum is to gather and display the history of Lake County, which includes education, business, government, cultures, and artifacts indigenous to the area. Each year the museum serves many visitors and inquiries regarding genealogy and family history through its files of photographs, records, obituaries, and marriage records.

Oregon Vortex House of Mystery - An authentic scientific and educational site of visual and perceptual phenomena that occurs naturally and can be captured on film. The area was known to the Native Americans as the 'Forbidden Ground.'

Arrowhead River Adventures - Feel the excitement of whitewater rafting over rapids and splashing through waves in a safe, self bailing raft or kayak! Custom-designed tours just for the visitors. Rafting, fishing, kayaking.

Lost Creek Lake & Marina - Enjoy the beauty and many recreational pleasures available on and around scenic Lost Creek Lake. At Lost Creek, there's something for everyone. Boating, swimming, waterskiing, fishing, and kayaking are all very popular at Lost Creek Lake, as are biking and hiking.

Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center - They provide care and treatment for sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife indigenous to the Pacific Northwest, while giving the public an opportunity to experience wildlife first-hand. Tours are provided year 'round, seven days a week.