National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Description

Stand for a moment in history. Marvel at the courage and hardships of pioneers on their 2,000 mile trek to the promised land of Oregon’s Willamette valley, still 300 miles away. The BLM-managed center offers extensive interactive exhibits and dioramas, seasonal living history performances, and interpretive/educational programs in an indoor theater. Themes also include the explorers, mining and settlement history. Outdoor paths lead to remnants of the trail, where wagon wheels left their mark on the land. Open daily 9 – 4 winter, 9 – 6 summer.

Address

22267 Hwy 86
Baker City, OR

Lat/Long

44.81490600, -117.72859100
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541.523.1843

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