We arrived at the Oregon Film Museum only 20 minutes before they closed, but we really wanted to see it so we decided to pay the $4 admission price anyway. It turns out that the museum is just two small rooms and a couple of jail cells, one of which you can go into. The jail cells were the most interesting part of the museum, but mostly from a historical perspective, not because of the very limited displays related to movies. One of the small rooms had just a couple of movie posters and some old computer monitors that weren't turned on, and that was it. The other room had a few interactive exhibits, one in which someone could stand in front of a green screen and you could see them on a monitor with a different background. We saw everything there was to see and do within 15 minutes, and left the museum feeling like we had wasted $4.
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