The winery boasts several amazing labels of wines. All of them very short run. All of them very exquisite. All of them very reasonably priced for the quality of juice in the bottle.
The Pendleton Center for the Arts celebrates creative expression with a range of contemporary exhibits, wearable and functional fine crafts, and literary arts and music events. Encounter unexpected treasures that make great gifts and souvenirs as you browse jewelry, textiles, ceramics, art glass, and hand-printed cards by more than 80 artists every day. You can even brush up on the history of one of the country’s most unique Carnegie Library buildings. Admission is FREE for everyone.
Immerse yourself in the history, culture and hospitality of the people who have lived on this land for more than 10,000 years. Come to Tamástslikt Cultural Institute and experience the storied past, rich present and bright future of our tribes through interactive exhibits, special events and a Living Culture Village. More than just a museum, Tamástslikt celebrates the traditions of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes. With dramatic exhibits, renowned artwork and interesting — and yes, fun — events year-round. Tamástslikt Cultural Institute offers a 10,000-year voyage in a single afternoon.
The Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon Hall of Fame was founded in 1969. Ten men and five horses were the first honorees. Each year other men, women, and sometimes livestock have been selected as honorees by the Hall of Fame Board of Directors and its members. An honoree must have a long association with the Round-Up and/or Happy Canyon. As might be expected, many more are nominated than can be chosen each year.
Open Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Admission: Adults $5, Seniors $4, Children 12 & under free
Visit the gift shop full of one of a kind clothing, jewelry, housewares, gifts, souvenirs, and more.
Pendleton Underground Tours non-profit giving tours of Pendleton’s old red light district. Tour the Gambling Cozy Rooms, Bordello, Chinese Jails & Opium Den. NO CHILDREN UNDER 6
The Umatilla County Historical Society, a 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 1974, and each year’s Board of Directors has built upon the vision of its 100 charter members in providing the means to document and share local history.
An historic journal, Pioneer Trails, was first published in 1976. It continues to be printed three times annually to document the stories of the people, places and events in Umatilla County.
In 1981 contents of the Sturgis Museum at Blue Mountain Community College were donated to the Historical Society, the beginning of its collection of historic objects.
A storefront gallery opened as headquarters for the Historical Society in 1985. Limited exhibits were installed and Terrific Tuesdays, an educational program series began.
Arrangements were made to convert Pendleton’s train station to a museum in 1987. Renovations followed and the exhibits, programs, and collections came under one roof for the first time in 1988.