Both the Boldman House Museum and the Dayton Historic Depot have rotating exhibits.
- The Boldman House: A walk through this house museum is a journey through time. You’ll see glimpses of “life-as-it-was” from nearly every decade of the 20th century.
- The Upstairs Gallery at the Dayton Historic Depot: “Romping in the Blues” This year’s exhibit examines how residents of Columbia County have used the Blue Mountains as a playground for camping, hiking, fishing, and hunting. Thank you to those who loaned us artifacts: Meredith Bretz, Kari Dingman, Del & Adena Avery, Tracy & Kim Clark, Katy Wamble, Craig Martin, Larry Fairchild, Cathy Lee-Haight, Ray Tracy, Terry Steinhoff, Mary Ann Ward, Simona & Kevin Hancock, and Denise Hoon.
- The Ticket Office and Waiting Room in the Dayton Historic Depot: “Gladys, Doris, and Lela: A 1935 West Coast Tour” This exhibit follows the vacation Gladys Boldman took with two friends when she was 26 years old.
- The Ticket Office and Hallway: “Columbia County – An Artists Perspective” The Blue Mountain Artists Guild has provided artwork from several local artists, depicting the beauty of our area. Artwork is for sale while on display.