The Agness-Illahe Museum preserves the cultural history of the indigenous peoples and continues to gather information and historical data. The museum’s exhibits include Petroglyphs, Native American Artifacts, Civilian Conservation Corps displays, Fishing collections, a Teammates of Bob Doer collection, as well as a Miners & Settlers display. Open June through September.
The Agness-Illahe Museum’s Mission Statement is: to preserve the cultural history of the indigenous peoples to continue to gather information and to research historical data. To display and preserve the culture that once was.
The Agness-Illahe Museum is located in the small community of Agness, Oregon where the Rogue and Illinois Rivers meet. The museum was established in 1992 and has been growing ever since. Admission is free and donations are gladly accepted.