Per executive order on November 13, 2020 the museum is now closed until further notice.
Under the Oregon State guidance for indoor entertainment facilities, the vintageTEK museum reopened on June 27, 2020 on a reservations basis only. There are no regular open hours and we are not open to drop-in visitors. Reservations are only possible depending on availability of volunteers. To make a reservation, please send an email to the museum (our email is shown below).
Masks are required for everyone over two years of age and will be available for those without.
A volunteer will provide hand sanitizer and take the temperature of all visitors with a touchless thermometer.
Visitors must not touch the exhibits or tables as our interactive exhibits are closed.
Visitors must maintain 6' distancing between household groups and also the tour guide and ensure all children abide by these rules.
Please do not visit the museum if you have any symptoms or fever. If you cannot abide by these rules the please explore our website. Many of our exhibits are on-line with more detail and information. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.
Explore the wonders of technology at the vintageTEK museum
Visit us on the web or in person. We
are open two days a week and we will strive to open anytime on request for individual or group tours.
13489 SW Karl Braun Dr., Beaverton, OR, 97077
Fridays 10:00 am to 6:00 pm By reservation only
Saturdays 10:00 am to 4:00 pm By reservation only
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vintageTEK is a charitable, educational and scientific museum founded to commemorate the early history of Tektronix. The museum and website is dedicated to displaying Tektronix products which enabled generations to create the future and in memory of those employees contributing to this legacy.
Our mission is to encourage the next generation to pursue careers in science, engineering, and technology by sharing this knowledge and history and supporting educational programs in our community.