End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

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Museum Info

End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Website
Address: 1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR 97045
Hours: Sunday: 10 am-5 pm; Monday-Saturday: 9 am-5 pm. Last admission at 3 pm.
Admission: Adults: $15; seniors (60+): $13; Youth (13-18): $13; Children (4-12): $11. Children 3 and under, and active military personnel are free.
Free/Discounted Days: Free admission with the Clackamas County Library Cultural Pass.
Museum Café: Free coffee and tea in Visitor Information Center.
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Why Kids ♥ It

They offer an amazing selection of hands-on, interactive activities.

Why Parents ♥ It

Parents are encouraged to learn right along with their kids, helping them participate in candle making, dress up and many more activities.

Upcoming Exhibits and Events

Oregon’s First People Film

Watch a short film about the Indigenous Tribes of Oregon and what happened to them when pioneers settled in the area. This is a very unique, one of a kind film told from Indigenous Tribe members themselves.

Jewish Peddler Exhibit

Learn all about Jewish migration along the Oregon Trail.

Oregon’s Black Pioneers

This exhibit is a glimpse into the lives of black settlers who traveled to Oregon.

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