Open Tuesday through Saturday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed on holidays
First and Oak Streets
Rogue River, OR 97537
The Woodville Museum, housed in the Hatch House, is located on the corner of First and Oak Streets
in the city of Rogue River (formerly Woodville). The turn of the century home displays items that the
pioneers used. The household furnishings and tools span one hundred fifty years. Long time residents
organized to form the Museum in 1986, and then opened in 1987. Much of the initial funding came
from the membership. “Square Foot Certificates of Membership” are still available. A bandstand, a
replica of one formerly located on the site of the current Depot Street tree island, has been constructed
on the grounds. A brick-by-brick relocation of the old jail from its original location near the railroad
tracks off Pine Street, was completed in 1990. On the last Saturday in June, the town holds the Annual
Rooster Crow with the Museum the focal point.