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End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Information Center


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About Us

The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive & Visitor Centers are located in historic Oregon City. The Interpretive Center offers historical activities and crafts for visitors of all ages, as well as interactive historical displays. In our theater, we show two films: "Oregon's First Peoples," created in collaboration with members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, as well as "Bound for Oregon," which includes excerpts from the letters and diaries of settlers in Oregon. History talks, new activities, and performances occur seasonally - so check our Facebook and website for the most up-to-date information.

The Visitor Center offers a variety of local products, as well as items hand made by our interpreters. Guests are encouraged to explore all of the brochures and travel materials that are located in the Visitor Center while they enjoy complimentary coffee and tea.


We are a popular destination for field trips - ask about using our outdoor lawn for lunch on a sunny day!
This is a still image of Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Chairwoman Cheryle Kennedy, from our film "Oregon's First Peoples."
Our visitor center is stocked with local goods and historical books.
Our museum is located on George Abernethy Green, the land that George Abernethy's general store was built on.
Our exhibits, activities, and gift shop are all family friendly!

Rep/Contact Info

Sarah Harris
Lead Interpreter