Guardians of the Eagle Point Museum
The museum has the largest collection of artifacts in Jackson County. The museum was originally the Long Mountain School, built in 1925. About 20 years later it was moved to Eagle Point, where it remained a school and then part of School District 9. The community joined together and moved the school building to its current location. It opened as a museum in 1978. Later additions were made to the building in the 1990’s. With changes in funding for the county historical societies, the Eagle Point Historical Society dissolved and asked the City to run the Museum in 2008. The Guardians formed as a non profit organization to support the Museum and apply for grants for funding projects that the City cannot provide. We accept donations and rely on volunteers and sponsors to help with historical events that showcase Eagle Points' history. If you have a love of history, we would love for you to participate.
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Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Summer: May-Labor Day 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Thursdays 12pm - 4pm
Winter: Labor Day-May 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
202 N. Royal Ave. Eagle Point, OR 97524
Ph: (541) 826-4166