The Zymoglyphic Museum is the world's only institution devoted to the study and display of art, artifacts, and natural history of the Zymoglyphic region.

The museum is nestled in the bucolic Mt. Tabor neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. The address is 6225 SE Alder St., near 62nd and Belmont. The #15 bus stops just a block or so away.

The museum is open to the public for special events or by appointment. The next open time will be Dec. 11, 2016 from 10-4 PM. Admission is always free!

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More about the museum...

Specimens & Artifacts from the Zymoglyphic Region

Natural History

Flora and fauna unique to the Zymoglyphic region
The Rust Age

Figurines and other ethnographic artifacts from the dawn of time
The Age of Wonder

Dioramas, curiosity cabinets, and alchemy
The Era of Oriental Influence

Natural objects for contemplation
The Modern Age

Sketches, shoebox galleries, and things that look like art

Museum Departments

Crabs of the World
Miniature Viewing Stones
Philatelic collection
The Curiosity Cabinet
Art Gallery
Acrylic painting
Spontaneous sketches
Digital collage
Generative animation
Zymoglyphic Postal Service
Postage stamps for the Zymoglyphic region
Souvenir postcards
Philatelic collection
Online Exhibits
Curiosity cabinets of the Baroque Era
Fictional museums
Museums in the funny papers
Dioramas of Frederick Ruysch
Photographers of the Marvelous
Publications from the Zymoglyphic Museum Press
The Zymoglyphic Museum: A Guide to the Collections
Views of the Zymoglyphic Region
Sketches of the Zymoglyphic Region
"Creating and Curating Your Own Personal Museum" - A how-to guide
The Tale of the Wandering Monk
Museum Shop
Museum publications and prints
Spring fashions and souvenir merchandise
Recommended books, DVDs, and purveyors of curiosities