Museums of Oregon City Tour — 3 hours — $36 a person / Minimum $360 per group. “We are here at last in Oregon City, that long looked-for place!” -E.B. Hanna, 1852
Experience the End of the Oregon Trail and the beginning of the pioneers’ new life in Oregon with this special package including tours of two of Oregon City’s finest museums!
Tours begin at the End of the Oregon Trail where a historically-clothed interpreter will share the epic story of the Oregon Trail journey by guiding your group through interactive exhibits and the “Bound for Oregon” film, based entirely on pioneer journals.
Then, enjoy a boxed lunch with a view of Willamette Falls – the second largest waterfalls in the United States.
Tours continue at the Museum of the Oregon Territory, with a guided tour of displays featuring the history of the land, from the Native American and early pioneer settlers, to how Willamette Falls transformed the region.
You can customize your package with these add ons, available upon request for additional fee:
- Living History Walk with local experts Marge and Rolla Harding on Oregon’s oldest Main Street and the country’s only municipal elevator
- Heritage Homes Tour through the houses that give a glimpse into a different time, the figures who lived there, and the significant history that occurred within those walls
Fill out the reservation form below to start planning your tour! Once your reservation form is received, an interpreter will contact you.