Historic Oregon City  |  1726 Washington Street, Oregon City, OR 97045  |  (503) 657-9336  |  Open: Thursday - Monday 11am - 4pm (Closed Tuesday & Wednesday)

Hours and Location

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End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor Information Center

Phone: (503) 657-9336  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Hours of Operation (Annual Schedule):

**Please note we will be closed for the Easter holiday on Sunday, April 20. The EOTIC and Visitor Info. Center will reopen on Monday, April 21 11am - 4pm.**

June 1 - 15: Daily 11am - 4pm
June 16 - Sept. 2: Mon - Sat  9:30am-5pm Sun 10:30am-5pm
Sept. 3 - 30: Daily 11am - 4pm
Oct. 1 - May 31: Thurs - Mon 11am  - 4pm (Closed Tues/Wed)

CLOSED Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day & New Years Day

Location

Located at the Official End of the Oregon Trail: 1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR 97045

The Visitor Center:

The Visitor Center at the End of the Oregon Trail also offers changing displays on the Oregon Trail and Clackamas County history, as well as a great selection of local products and gifts in the Country Store.  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 reopened in July 2013 with a "Bound for Oregon" featured film, interactive learning programs, exciting exhibits with a focus on free play and "please touch" spaces, group programs and 24/7 outdoor signage implementing smart phone technology. Plan your group or school tour today with our online form.

Admission & Pricing:

$9/adults, $7/seniors, $5/children ages 4-17. Children 3 and under are free, as well as active military personnel (with ID). 

Guests need to check-in at the Visitor Center for tickets and a movie schedule (last tour of the day is at 3pm). Remember, all brochures and travel assistance offered at the Visitor Center is free! Before and/or after you visit the Interpretive Center, please enjoy our newly renovated Visitor Center lounge and Country Store where you can buy locally made gifts, books and more. Relax in our lounge while the kids work on pioneer-inspired games and dress-up in pioneer clothing for our "Who's Traveling the Trail" blog.

Please be respectful of our guests and staff and refrain from downloading photos from www.HistoricOregonCity.com.  Requests to download must be approved by contacting Historic Oregon City.