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End of the Oregon Trail, Oregon City

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3.3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • Having been to other Oregon Trail Interpretive Centers, we knew we had to visit this one to complete. Displays are well done and movie gives individual perspectives which added to the knowledge of the...  read more »
  • My daughter and I were planning on going to SF but finances said stay home instead. We decided to have a mini vacation at home instead. First stop, The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. Hav...  read more »
  • After hiking near Laurel Hill's infamous wagon chute in Mount Hood, I was interested in hearing more about the Oregon trail and what it was like for these pioneers. The museum had personal accounts of...  read more »
  • Interesting place. It would have been great for my daughter (3 1/2 year old). They have lots of things to read and look at all having to do with starting the Oregon trail, during the trip, and what people did once they got to Oregon. You can pack your own wagon and make your own candles. The staff was friendly and very knowledgeable. They will give you a tour or leave you alone if you want to wander and read. The gift store has good snacks and their restrooms are clean. I liked that there are lots of other things in this area to do and see. Ask the gift store and they will give you a map.
  • This is a nice museum with hands on activities for children. The documentary film uses personal accounts from diaries. In fact, the entire museum is based on personal accounts from the people who traveled the trail.
  • Nice informative museum with some cool stuff to read and see. Well worth the price to walk through the giant wagons and see the origin and history of Oregon.
  • Interesting quick stop for the family.
  • My entire family died on the way here but I didn't get dysentery so that's gotta count for something.
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