The Gift Shop at The Museum at Warm Springs

The Gift Shop at The Museum at Warm Springs.

Just in time for the holidays, the Gift Shop at The Museum at Warm Springs may be just the place to find the perfect gifts for the special people on your list.

Located inside the museum’s main entrance, the Gift Shop carries an assortment of all Indigenous-made artwork from around the United States with a special emphasis on work from local Warm Springs artists.

There is a diverse selection of other merchandise, which includes souvenirs, seasonal items, postcards and gift cards, stunning Native jewelry (including turquoise jewelry), photographs, posters and prints, fine art produced by local Warm Springs artists, books and CDs, T-shirts and other clothing items.

“Visitors to our museum always compliment us on our Gift Shop, which is very extensive and truly first rate in terms of the merchandise that is available,” says Museum Executive Director Elizabeth A. Woody. “I recommend visiting us soon to get the best selection of holiday gifts.”

“And while you are visiting, please stop in and view the “28th Annual Warm Springs Tribal Member Exhibit,” celebrating the artistic creativity and excellence of Warm Springs Tribal members,” said Woody. “The exhibit, which includes 27 Warm Springs artists, will be view through Saturday, Jan. 8.” Selected artworks are available for sale with a 20% commission going toward the Museum.

To give to the museum’s year-end campaign by Dec. 31,

visit or mail your contribution postmarked by Dec. 31 to The Museum at Warm Springs, P.O. Box 909, Warm Springs OR 97761.

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