Plan a Visit to The Museum at Warm Springs
The people of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs are proud to welcome you to our home. Tribal elders teach that we are bound by heritage to treat visitors as friends and guests. To honor you into our home, we extend fun, friendship, courtesy, respect and a comfortable place to rest. As our friends and guests, you are special and important. If you are happy, we have succeeded.
We are very grateful for the support of the following donors!
No charge for Museum Members.
$6 Senior Citizens (60+).
$4.50 Students (13-18) with Student Body card.
$3.50 Children (5-12).
No charge ages 4 years & under.
Adult and school groups are always welcome. For group rates, contact The Museum at Warm Springs at 541-553-3331 or fax at 541-553-3338.
We are a Blue Star Museum
The Museum at Warm Springs is proud to be a Blue Star Museum, offering FREE Admission to Active Duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM)
If you are a Museum at Warm Springs Member at the $100 level or above, you can visit 500+ arts, cultural, and historical institutions for free or discounted admission with your membership card. If you are a member of any of the listed institutions or museums, please show us your card stating your level, and you can visit our Museum for FREE! All membership cards at the $100 level and above will have a NARM sticker, showing your exclusive benefit.
To see the listing of Museums, Art Centers, Cultural Centers and Historical Institutions, Please click here.
Places to Visit Within a Short Driving Distance
Indian Head Casino (541) 460-7777. Located on Highway 26, directly across from The Museum. Indian Head Casino provides a fun and friendly atmosphere. Try your luck at one of their 500 slot machines 8 blackjack tables!
Deschutes River Canyon. Wild and scenic float trips. Salmon and Steelhead fishing.
Lake Billy Chinook. Camping, houseboat rentals.
Smith Rock State Park and Climbing area. Picnicking and hiking.
Mt. Bachelor and Mt. Hood Ski and Summer Resorts.
For more information on what to do in Central Oregon, go to Visit Central Oregon’s website
Places to Eat in Warm Springs
Eagle Crossing Restaurant is located half mile east of The Museum overlooking the Deschutes River.
Cottonwood Restaurant & Tule Grill, located in Indian Head Casino, across the highway from The Museum.
Places to shop in Warm Springs
The Museum at Warm Springs Gift Shop. Open Tuesday – Saturday: 9am – 5pm (Closed Noon-1 pm)
Three Warriors Market (Located in Simnasho)