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McLoughlin House, Oregon City
(4/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • You should do a little research before going, just based on what they told us if I had not already known who Dr. McLaughlin was I would not have gotten it from this tour, The fact that this is free ma...  more »
  • We live close by and decided to explore our local sites. I'm really glad we did as we learned a lot about the early settlers and how Oregon City was founded. The grounds are really pretty in the summe...  more »
  • This house and tour is operated by a history club jointly with the NPS as part of the Fort Vancouver unit. I'm really glad we took the tour here first before visiting Fort Vancouver because it really ...  more »
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  • Beautiful historic sight in the PC. Fun trip for the family.
  • Historical site, great tour guide. Free to visit ;)
  • A great look into the early history of Oregon. Very interesting with a guided tour (approx. 45 min. long) plus a small gift shop in a separate building, The McLoughlin House is furnished with many of The McLoughlins' own furnishings, which are antiques in their own right, although no pictures are to be taken inside The House, unfortunately. If you are a fan of history or antiquity this is your place to investigate. And although it is rumored to be haunted, the staff assured me that there were no ghosts to roam the grounds. However, when stepping back in time in The House it's hard to imagine there would be no ghosts visiting this time capsule!
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  • I thought was very informative