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Baker Cabin
Hattan & Gronlund Rds., open by appt., Oregon City, Oregon, phone: 503-631-8274

Barclay House
Adjacent to McLoughlin House, Oregon City, Oregon

Clackamas County History Museum
211 Tumwater Dr., Oregon City, Oregon, phone: 503-657-9336

End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
1726 Washington St., Oregon City, Oregon, phone: 503-657-9336

In addition to theatrical presentations, exhibits, and hands-on Nineteenth Century activities, the Interpretive Center hosts special events during the spring and summer months. Past events have included the Oregon Trail Pageant, the Mormon Trail Sesquicentennial Pageant, the debut concert of the Trail Band's CD Immigrant Dreams and even a couple of visits by the Budweiser Clydesdales -- which admittedly had nothing to do with the overland emigrants of the Nineteenth Century, but we thought it was kind of fun. You may wish to check the current edition of our event and exhibit calendar before planning your visit to the Interpretive Center.

McLoughlin House National Historic Site
713 Center, Oregon City, Oregon, phone: 503-656-5146

Rose Farm, William Holmes House
Holmes Lane, Oregon City, Oregon

Stevens Crawford Museum
603 Sixth St., Oregon City, Oregon, phone: 503-655-2866

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