FREE PARKING AT ALL SITES
Park in the Historic McLoughlin District for Elevator visit
Downtown Parking Free on Saturday
FREE SHUTTLE AVAILABLE
Park free at the
End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
1726 Washington Street
Oregon city heritage days
Friday, June 23, 2017
Saturday, June 24, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
A Rose Festival Partner Event
(Click Address for Map)
END OF THE OREGON TRAIL INTERPRETIVE
AND VISITOR CENTER
1726 Washington St
MUSEUM OF THE OREGON TERRITORY
211 Tumwater Dr
McLoughlin House & Barclay House
713 Center St
Stevens-Crawford Heritage House
603 Sixth St
Francis Ermatinger House
619 Sixth St
William L. Holmes House at the Rose Farm
915 Rilance Ln
Mountain View Cemetery
500 Hilda St
Guided Tours Saturday, June 24
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Oregon City Municipal Elevator
7th Street at Railroad Ave
Open 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. both days
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR PARTICIPATING SITES, CLICK THE LINKS BELOW
End of the Oregon Trail
Interpretive and Visitor Information Center
Exhibits and a film celebrating the terminus of the Oregon Trail at
Museum of the Oregon Territory
Exhibits and hands-on activities from the history of the Oregon Territory from prehistoric times to today
ELEVATOR & CEMETERY
Take a ride on the free Oregon City Municipal Elevator - the only vertical street in North America.
Visit the shops and restaurants in the historic Main Street downtown district of Oregon City.
Visit Mountain View Cemetery on Saturday for guided tours and learn about the famous and infamous residents of Oregon City buried in the oldest Municipal Cemetery in the Oregon Territory.
Photograph of Josephine's Rose
by Karin Morey.
Grown from a rose given to 12-year-old Josephine Hunsaker by Dr. John McLoughlin just before her death in 1853. Her mother later planted the rose next to the graves of Josephine and her brother Horton, who a died a month earlier at age 14.
Both children died of Typhoid Fever.
Their grave is in Lot 24 of the
Old Cemetery section of
Mountain View Cemetery.