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Schmidt House Museum & Library

The Schmidt House Museum & Library is a significant and well-preserved historic site in Grants Pass, Oregon. The museum is home to historically and culturally significant collections of art, artifacts, and documents relating to the area's history. The library also contains a large number of volumes on local history.

The Schmidt House Museum & Library has been awarded a number of grants over the years to help support its operations. These grants have helped fund exhibits, acquisitions, and programming at the museum. In addition, the library has received grants to help purchase books and other materials for its collection.

0.17 miles away

Grants Pass Museum of Art

The Grants Pass Museum of Art is a small, but the well-maintained museum in Grants Pass, Oregon. The museum has a wide variety of exhibits, including paintings, sculptures, music & poetry events, prints, and photographs. The museum also has an extensive collection of American art from the 18th to the 20th centuries.

0.36 miles away

Riverside Park

Grants Pass is a small city located in Oregon. It is known for its natural beauty and for its many parks, including Riverside Park. Riverside Park is an important park in the city and is home to many different types of wildlife. The park also features a lake, a playground, and a basketball court. The park is managed by the Grants Pass Parks and Recreation Department.

0.41 miles away

Glass Forge Gallery & Studio LLC

Glass Forge Gallery & Studio LLC is a unique glass studio and gallery located in Grants Pass, Oregon. The gallery features the work of local glass artists, as well as traveling exhibitions. The studio offers classes and workshops in glassblowing, torchworking, casting, and more.

The gallery also hosts regular art shows with works by local artists, as well as traveling exhibitions from around the country. Recent exhibitions include "Glassblowers of America" from the National Glass Museum in Denver, Colorado, "Beyond the Frame: Contemporary Glass Art from Oregon" featuring the work of local artists Nancy Tillman and Jerry Luedtke, and "Tarots A Journey through Images" featuring the artwork of local artist Vicki Hartmann.

The gallery offers classes and workshops in glassblowing, torchworking, casting, textiles, metalsmithing, woodturning, floral design, clay sculpture, and more. This wide range of classes allows students of all skill levels to explore their creative side while learning from experienced professionals.

0.42 miles away

Tussing Park

Tussing Park is a city-owned public park located in Grants Pass, Oregon. It is bounded by Lincoln Avenue to the north, Riverside Drive to the east, First Street to the south, and Liberty Street to the west. The park is primarily used for recreational purposes, including playing sports and picnicking. It also features a playground, a basketball court, a baseball diamond, and a skateboard park.

At the time, it was one of the smallest parks in Oregon. It was originally called Tussing Park after Fred Tussing, who donated the land on which it was built. The park received its current name in honor of Don and Joyce Grant, who donated money to improve it.

0.99 miles away

Morrison Centennial Park

The Morrison Centennial Park is an Oregon state park. The park is located in Grants Pass, Oregon and it is home to a variety of natural attractions including a dam, waterfalls, and recreation areas. In commemoration of the park’s centennial, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) has announced that it will be awarding grants to organizations and groups throughout the state to help them create new activities and experiences in the park.

The MCC plans to use the money also to purchase land adjacent to the park for use as a nature preserve. The preserve will be home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, elk, and bats. It will also include a playground, hiking trails, and a pond.

The Morrison Centennial Park is open from 7 am to 10 pm year-round.

1.01 miles away

Schroeder Park

Schroeder Park is a great place to spend a day playing some ball. There are several playgrounds and a pond for swimming. Schroeder Park is also home to the Grants Pass Golf Club, which hosts tournaments throughout the year. If you're looking for a fun day out with friends, Schroeder Park is the perfect spot!

2.32 miles away

Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center

The Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center (WIREC) in Grants Pass, Oregon, is one of a handful of facilities in the United States dedicated to rehabilitating injured or orphaned wildlife.

Since its inception, WIREC has treated more than 10,000 animals, many of which have been released back into the wild. In addition to providing care and rehabilitation, WIREC also conducts educational programs that help people learn about wildlife and the importance of protecting them. The Oregon Wildlife Foundation is a nonprofit organization that works to protect Oregon's natural resources. Their mission is to "connect people with nature through education and conservation."

8.36 miles away

Griffin Park

Griffin Park Grants Pass is a park located in Grants Pass, Oregon. The park is home to the Griffin Park Band Shell and the Griffin Park Gazebo. The park also includes a playground, a baseball diamond, a soccer field, and a wooded area. The Griffin Park Band Shell has been used for concerts and festivals since it was built. The Gazebo has been used for weddings, picnics, and other events.

8.37 miles away

Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve

Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve is a place of great natural beauty. The monument preserves and protects some of Oregon's most significant cave systems. The preserve includes four caves, including the world's deepest known cave, and provides access for visitors to explore these amazing sites.

The monument offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, caving, fishing, and horseback riding. The preserve is also home to a visitor center with exhibits about Oregon caves and the preserve's wildlife.

23.09 miles away

Great Cats World Park

The Great Cats World Park is a unique and exciting place where visitors can learn about the lives of some of the world's most endangered cats. The park is home to more than 150 felines from around the world, including lions, tigers, jaguars, and cougars.

Visitors can explore the park's exhibits and observe the cats in their natural habitats. There are also educational programs available for children, as well as special events like "Cat Night." The park is open year-round and admission is free.

26.33 miles away

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