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CULTURE IN BEND OREGON

Some days you want to expand your mind with some Oregon entertainment. Bend is home to some of Oregon's finest galleries, theaters, concert venues, and special events.

The Regal Cinema in the Old Mill District has the latest releases to kick off a night on the town. In October, the Bend Film Festival showcases independent and art house cinema. And the historic Tower Theatre and Tin Pan Theater showcase unique productions all year round.

The Les Schwab Amphitheater brings the biggest names to town for live concerts. Or for a smaller stage, catch a play from one of our local theater companies. The best part is that you don't have to give up your outdoor time to enjoy the arts. Stroll through Tin Pan Alley, or downtown Bend to enjoy art outside or drive the Roundabout Art Route.

 

 

 

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CULTURE IN BEND OREGON

Some days you want to expand your mind with some Oregon entertainment. Bend is home to some of Oregon's finest galleries, theaters, concert venues, and special events.

The Regal Cinema in the Old Mill District has the latest releases to kick off a night on the town. In October, the Bend Film Festival showcases independent and art house cinema. And the historic Tower Theatre and Tin Pan Theater showcase unique productions all year round.

The Les Schwab Amphitheater brings the biggest names to town for live concerts. Or for a smaller stage, catch a play from one of our local theater companies. The best part is that you don't have to give up your outdoor time to enjoy the arts. Stroll through Tin Pan Alley, or downtown Bend to enjoy art outside or drive the Roundabout Art Route.

bend brewery 4

CULTURE IN BEND OREGON

Some days you want to expand your mind with some Oregon entertainment. Bend is home to some of Oregon's finest galleries, theaters, concert venues, and special events.

The Regal Cinema in the Old Mill District has the latest releases to kick off a night on the town. In October, the Bend Film Festival showcases independent and art house cinema. And the historic Tower Theatre and Tin Pan Theater showcase unique productions all year round.

The Les Schwab Amphitheater brings the biggest names to town for live concerts. Or for a smaller stage, catch a play from one of our local theater companies. The best part is that you don't have to give up your outdoor time to enjoy the arts. Stroll through Tin Pan Alley, or downtown Bend to enjoy art outside or drive the Roundabout Art Route.

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Up another notch with one of Bend's many museums. Whether your interests are nature, history, or both, we'll send you home smarter than you arrived. The High Desert Museum offers something for everyone; local wildlife is (almost) close enough to touch. Native American history is waiting for you at the Spirit of the West exhibit along with the adventure of the Oregon Trail. Explore Silver City and learn about regional history, art, and culture through rotating and permanent exhibitions. Outside you'll find a pine forest that's also home to birds of prey and river otters. Learn about how the settlers thrived on homesteads during the late 1800s and early 1900s at the Miller Family Ranch. It's no surprise that it's rated the #1 thing to do in Bend on TripAdvisor.

The Deschutes Historical Museum is located a few blocks from downtown in the Reid School, Bend's first modern school building. There you'll learn the history of Deschutes County, it's French roots, and the spectacular waterfalls that inspired the name. History comes alive connecting Native American tribes, explorers, trappers, homesteaders, and loggers across time. You'll see that Bend has always been a fantastic place to visit and live. Contact Us to learn more about culture in Bend, Oregon.

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Take Your Cultural Experience...

Up another notch with one of Bend's many museums. Whether your interests are nature, history, or both, we'll send you home smarter than you arrived. The High Desert Museum offers something for everyone; local wildlife is (almost) close enough to touch. Native American history is waiting for you at the Spirit of the West exhibit along with the adventure of the Oregon Trail. Explore Silver City and learn about regional history, art, and culture through rotating and permanent exhibitions. Outside you'll find a pine forest that's also home to birds of prey and river otters. Learn about how the settlers thrived on homesteads during the late 1800s and early 1900s at the Miller Family Ranch. It's no surprise that it's rated the #1 thing to do in Bend on TripAdvisor.

The Deschutes Historical Museum is located a few blocks from downtown in the Reid School, Bend's first modern school building. There you'll learn the history of Deschutes County, it's French roots, and the spectacular waterfalls that inspired the name. History comes alive connecting Native American tribes, explorers, trappers, homesteaders, and loggers across time. You'll see that Bend has always been a fantastic place to visit and live. Contact Us to learn more about culture in Bend, Oregon.

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Take Your Cultural Experience...

Up another notch with one of Bend's many museums. Whether your interests are nature, history, or both, we'll send you home smarter than you arrived. The High Desert Museum offers something for everyone; local wildlife is (almost) close enough to touch. Native American history is waiting for you at the Spirit of the West exhibit along with the adventure of the Oregon Trail. Explore Silver City and learn about regional history, art, and culture through rotating and permanent exhibitions. Outside you'll find a pine forest that's also home to birds of prey and river otters. Learn about how the settlers thrived on homesteads during the late 1800s and early 1900s at the Miller Family Ranch. It's no surprise that it's rated the #1 thing to do in Bend on TripAdvisor.

The Deschutes Historical Museum is located a few blocks from downtown in the Reid School, Bend's first modern school building. There you'll learn the history of Deschutes County, it's French roots, and the spectacular waterfalls that inspired the name. History comes alive connecting Native American tribes, explorers, trappers, homesteaders, and loggers across time. You'll see that Bend has always been a fantastic place to visit and live. Contact Us to learn more about culture in Bend, Oregon.

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