Celebrating its Present
Helping to Create its Future
Thursday - Sunday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Child (12 Under) Free
An Expanded Permanent Version of
Beyond the Gate: A Tale of Portland’s Historic Chinatowns Beyond the Gate was created as a temporary exhibit for the Oregon Historical Society by Dr. Jacqueline Peterson-Loomis with the help of Carey Wong, Exhibition Designer, Jennifer Fang, Associate Curator, and the Portland Chinatown History Foundation. It was presented for three months in spring, 2016 and then dismantled. We are deeply grateful to the Oregon Historical Society for helping the Foundation bring the Chinatown community’s story home.
Courtesy of Jeff Lee Photography and Janine Wong
Courtesy of Jeff Lee Photography
The Portland Chinatown Museum is located in the heart of the New Chinatown/Japantown Historic District:
127 NW Third Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2925 Portland, OR 97208
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Free Admission to Museum and all Member Events, 10% off all Ticketed Programs & Store Purchases, Invitation to all Exhibit Previews, Annual Party, and Name on Major Donor Panel
Lifetime Membership Offer expires December 31, 2018
You can support the Portland Chinatown Museum and its mission through the purchase of an annual membership for yourself or your family. We offer pricing for seniors, educators, students, families, and Friends of the Museum. For more info about higher-level memberships and associated benefits, contact email@example.com.
Friend of the Museum: $100
Free admission to Portland Chinatown Museum, Invitation to Members' Only Exhibit Previews, Discounted program and special events pricing, 10% discount for purchases in Museuem Store.
Memberships can be purchased at the museum, by mail, or online in the near future. **Memberships that are mailed must be sent to P.O. Box 2925 Portland, OR 97208
The construction of the Portland Chinatown Museum is made possible by generous grants from:
Banner: New Chinatown development c. 1910 from Beyond the Gate: A Tale of Portland's Historic Chinatowns. Courtesy of Oregon Historical Society