Portland Art Museum
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Founded in late 1892, the Portland Art Museum is the seventh oldest museum in the United States and the oldest in the Pacific Northwest.
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The Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892 and is the seventh oldest museum in the country. The museum has become famous around the world because of its permanent collection that has more than 42,000 pieces in it. For history buffs there are plenty of historic art pieces on display. There are many…
The Portland Art Museum in Portland, was founded in 1892, making it the oldest art museum on the West Coast and seventh oldest in the US.
Just a block away, the art museum is a bit of a maze. Make sure you travel across the underground tunnel to see the other half.
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