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(503) 657-9336

The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center is located in Historic Oregon City, close to the I-205 Freeway. Our address is 1726 Washington Street, Oregon City, OR 97045

Contact us for tours and to learn more about the heritage of historic Oregon City and the End of the Trail. We welcome individuals, families, school groups, tour operators, and more to enjoy the fascinating history of the Oregon Trail and Oregon City. Whether you’re looking for something fun for kids to do, or something interesting and educational for guests, the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center is a wealth of visual historical information, and even genealogy – a museum of Oregon City history!

A great attraction for children in the Portland area, and for Senior activities, as well as everyone in-between.

Event facility rentals also available!

Name Position
Bethany Nemec Development
Gail Yazzolino Director
Lizzy Knobel Visitor Services, Events, and Retail
Marianne Ryder Genealogy & Research

Hours & Information

OPEN DAILY
Monday – Saturday 9:30am to 5pm
Open Sundays 10:30am to 5pm
Last admission into interpretive center one hour before closing

(503) 657-9336
1726 Washington St
Oregon City, OR 97045
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Refreshments

Plan a full day at the End of the Oregon Trail – complete with snacks! Visitors can enjoy many local options from our gift shop, including items from:

Gift Shop

Gift Shop

Discover a variety of Oregon Trail souveniers, refreshing snacks, pioneer-era toys and hand-made gifts from local artists.

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