Hours of Operation:
Monday – Saturday 9:30am – 5:00pm, Sunday 10:30am – 5pm
Please be advised that we suggest an hour and a half to see everything in the interpretive center. The last movie starts at 4pm.
We are closed on Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
Admission & Pricing
Last admission is at 4 pm – no tickets will be sold after that time.
- Adults: $13
- Seniors (60+): $9
- Youth (13-18): $9
- Children (4-12): $7
- Children 3 and under and free, as well as active military personnel (with ID).
Buy an Annual Pass for unlimited admission into the interpretive center for one year – visit just twice and you’re already experiencing the pass discount. Passes also give a 10% discount in our Country Store gift shop and free or reduced admission into a variety of partner organizations in the Clackamas County Heritage Council. Family Pass for 2 adults, 2 children, and a guest is $75. Adult Pass for 2 adults and a guest is $50.
Group Passes also available for facilities – These $200 annual passes grant admission for groups of any size for one year brought by a pass-holding facility center.
Clackamas County Cultural Pass from your local library grants admission for up to 2 adults and 6 children. Find out more about this option here
The Visitor Center
Start here for tickets to the interpretive center (last tour of the day is one hour before closing). Before and/or after you visit the Interpretive Center, please enjoy our state welcome center and country store. Remember, all brochures and travel assistance offered at the Visitor Center is free! Relax in our lounge with a complimentary coffee or tea while the kids work on pioneer-inspired games. The Visitor Center at the End of the Oregon Trail offers displays on the Oregon Trail and Clackamas County history, as well as a great selection of local products and gifts in the Country Store, which now features a selection of healthy lunches and snacks including smoked salmon, cheese and jerky. Check out our calendar for upcoming events at the Center and throughout Historic Oregon City.
The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center offers the “Bound for Oregon” featured film, genealogy assistance for descendants of pioneers, and exciting and interactive exhibits that include period games and crafts like candle dipping and making a rag doll. Pack your wagon, dress like a pioneer, make butter and fill out a land claim, too! Outside the Interpretive Center, enjoy the heritage garden, a guided walk of our interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green with pioneer lawn games.
Girl Scouts can pick up a check list of Oregon Trail badge requirements – many of which can be completed in our center.
To preserve the heritage, educate the public, and interpret the history of the Oregon Territory, Clackamas County, and Oregon City, the Western Terminus of the Oregon Trail