Set on a stunning 5,300-acre site overlooking the scenic Columbia River Gorge in southern Washington State, Maryhill Museum of Art is one of the Pacific Northwest’s most fascinating cultural destinations and located just 100 miles east of Portland, Oregon.
In addition to special exhibitions, Maryhill Museum of Art’s permanent installations include more than 80 works by Auguste Rodin, European and American paintings and decorative arts, objects from the palaces of the Queen of Romania, Orthodox icons, unique chess sets from around the world, and the renowned Théâtre de la Mode—small-scale fashion mannequins attired in haute couture of post-World War II France.
Baskets of the Indigenous peoples of North America were a collecting interest of Sam Hill. From this nucleus, the museum’s Native American collection now shows works from many North American cultures.
Maryhill is also home to the William and Catherine Dickson Sculpture Park, which features more than a dozen large-scale outdoor sculptures by Pacific Northwest artists.
We invite you to explore our permanent collections in the following galleries: