Burns: Attractions and more...
Orchard’s Museum is a historical museum which displays Western hemisphere native art and artifacts, antique clocks, an 1890 Indian chief costume, dolls and others.
Harney County Historical Museum has exhibitions in which medical and dental equipment, imitation of the pioneer life; American Indian artifacts, ranching facts, handmade quilts, early cowboy photographs, farming and wildlife are displayed.
Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife area with meadows, grasslands, wetlands and rivers. The region is also a habitat for migratory birds and native mammals. Diamond Craters is 55 miles to the south of Burns and is called the ‘Geologic Gem of Oregon’. This region has diverse volcanic features such as craters, a spring fed lake, ropy pahoehoe lava flows, rimrock, pits and domes.
Migratory Bird Festival & Art Show is held in the month of April each year where an art exhibition, banquet and wildlife art auction, birding plus lectures as well as bird migration in the southeast Harney Basin is highlighted.