The McLoughlin House

Description

The McLoughlin House is a memorial to Dr. John McLoughlin, the superintendent of British Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) who played a vital role when American settlers arrived on the Oregon Trail and was later called "the father of Oregon." Relocated and transformed into a museum, the attraction now includes the Barclay House, the Rose Farm, and original photos, furniture, and artifacts. Named a National Historic Site in 1941, the House is now open for tours to thousands of visitors annually.

Address

713 Center St
Between 7th and 8th St
Oregon City, OR 97045

Lat/Long

45.35690100, -122.60578900
Visit Website
503-656-5146

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