“preserving the heritage of the western terminus of the Oregon Trail”
"To preserve the heritage, educate the public, and interpret the history of the Oregon Trail, Clackamas County and Oregon City, the western terminus of the Oregon Trail." The Stevens Crawford House was built over 100 years ago. The Museum of the Oregon Territory was built in the 1980s, two decades back. The Interpretive Center at the End of the Oregon Trail opened first in 1995 nearly 14 years back. General Information/Tickets: The Historic Oregon City Pass includes admission to the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Museum of the Oregon Territory and Stevens-Crawford Heritage House. 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.
We started our trip to the Willamette Valley by stopping here. Very big center but quite interesting. Great for children.
Great place to learn about the Oregon Trail. A little disappointing for adults, but a great place to take kids, very interactive. The movie is the best part.
We brought a group of Girl Scouts and ended up staying 6 hours! They all had a blast.
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End of The Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
- Mon - Sat: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
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