Mission Statement: The Favell Museum is dedicated to the enhancement and the understanding of the history of the west, preservation of Native American artifacts and culture, and exhibits of notable contemporary western art.
Tues.–Sat., 10 am–5pm • 125 W. Main St., Klamath Falls, OR • 541-882-9996
About the Museum

The Favell Museum is a rare treasure based on a boy’s interest in collecting artifacts from Western heritage. The museum was built to showcase Gene Favell’s private collection and to share it with all who visit. The museum has been expanded to include other personal collections and Western art by many prestigious and well-known artists. Today the museum is run by a private non-profit foundation.

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Banquet Facility

Located on the banks of the Link River, the museum offers a spacious banquet facility and state of the art kitchen making entertaining easy for individuals or caterers. Warm colors and lighting create an inviting ambiance for luncheons, dinners, weddings, meetings, and retreats. The lovely outdoor patio and garden area provides a beautiful setting for a wedding ceremony or special event. Learn more at (541) 882-9996.

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Museum Memberships

Favell Members enjoy exclusive exhibition openings, receive advanced information on events, while  celebrating and preserving the spirit of our Western heritage. Last year, Favell Members helped over 5,000 visitors enrich their lives, spark their imaginations, and embrace history by supporting its priceless collections and community programs. Favell Members sustain our artistic and educational programs, special presentations and exhibitions. They also enjoy Members-only social gatherings and insider access to collections and special upcoming events such as:

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