#95 End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center and Visitor Information Center

1726 Washington Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
503-657-9336

www.historicoregoncity.org

Experience history at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor
Information Center through a variety of interactive exhibits. The “Bound for
Oregon” featured film is based on first-hand accounts of the 2,000-mile
journey across the Oregon Trail. Exhibits also include genealogy assistance
for descendants of pioneers, and period crafts and games. Hand-dip
candles, pack a wagon, dress like a pioneer, make butter, and fill out a
land claim, too! Outside, enjoy the heritage garden, a guided walk on the
interpretive trail, and historic Abernethy Green, where many pioneers spent
their first winter in Oregon. Also on-site is a state and county welcome
center with free brochures, travel assistance, coffee and tea. Group
programming available.

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