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A.R. Bowman Memorial Museum [OR]

The A.R. Bowman Memorial Museum presents a wide range of displays detailing Crook County history including the City of Prineville Railroad, the ups and downs of the timber industry, and a military exhibit. Along with these major exhibits the museum offers historically accurate depictions of pioneer life and local history. The stone building housing the museum was built as the Crook County Bank in 1910.

The museum offers physical exhibits, an online exhibit, and a research library.