Heritage Station Museum

108 SW Frazer Ave, Pendleton, OR 97801 - United States



Heritage Station Museum is a non-profit organization supported by memberships, donations, grants, gift shop/store income, and admissions. When you come to tour the museum, your admissions fees are directly helping us continue to Tell the Story of Umatilla County to our visitors. Thank you for partnering with us!

Saturday, September 21st we will be free for all Museum Day ticket holders!


Heritage Station Museum has two galleries inside a restored train depot. The exhibits tell the story of Umatilla County. Outside, on our beautifully landscaped grounds, you can step inside the Byrd School, a one room schoolhouse formerly located just outside of town. Outside, you will also find a fully restored Union Pacific Railroad caboose, and a pioneer homestead. The Fix cabin is a one-room cabin that once housed a family with 9 children.

Heritage Station Museum is located at the South end of Pendleton’s Main Street.


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