The permanent outdoor exhibits include:
Miller Family Ranch is a replica of the 1904 Miller Family Ranch. In this exhibit, visitors can interact with characters, do chores, listen to stories, and even play games that are relevant to the Miller family and what life was like back then.
Donald M. Kerr Birds of Prey Center gives visitors an exclusive look into various birds, such as owls and falcons.
Autzen Otter Exhibit is an up close and personal look at the playful nature of otters.
Lazinka Sawmill allows visitors to explore what life was like as a sawyer almost 100 years ago.
Ranger Station gives visitors a general history of the High Desert Museum and allows them to interact with one of the Museum’s rangers.
Dig, Crawl, Climb is an interactive outdoor playground that allows visitors, mostly children, to pretend they are an animal that digs, crawls, or climbs.
Nature Walk is a half mile trail along the various scenery offered by the High Desert Museum.
Changing Forest allows visitors to learn about ecosystems, forests, logging, and other things. Each of things discussed at Changing Forest shows visitors how ecosystems and forests are forever changing and evolving.
Earth, Wind, and Fire Interpretive Trail takes visitors through the Pondersoa Forest and shows the effects of various weather elements, such as a forest fire. Bend, Oregon: High Desert Museum - Photo: High Desert Museum
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