Explore the history of our great land with a tour through the Museum of the Oregon Territory. Begin your tour as a helpful docent walks you and your party through the history of the Willamette Falls, to Clackamas County's native cultural heritage, to the early lives of the region's re-settlers.
Or you can get a taste of what life in early 20th century Oregon City looked like at the Stevens-Crawford Heritage House, where friendly tour guides will walk you through the 1908 home of Harley Stevens and Mary Elizabeth Crawford.
PRICING & REQUIREMENTS
$5 for Adults (18 & over), $3 for children (5 & over), children under 5 get in free.
Group must be 15 people in number or over (chaperons included).
Veterans get free admission. Active duty military get free admission + up to 5 family members.
1/2 of the party must have paid admission in order to qualify for tour group rates.
Please make payments in one large sum. We have a finite amount of change and may be unable to process individual cash payments for large groups.
Chaperons and bus drivers get free admission.
Docent guided tours dependent on schedule availability. Docent optional.
Museums hours apply.
The Museum of the Oregon Territory is wheelchair accessible. The Stevens-Crawford Heritage House is not wheelchair accessible and much of the house tour takes guests up and down staircases. Please keep this in mind when booking your tour.
If you have any questions or need special accommodations please make note of so in the comment field below.
Fill out the reservation form below to start planning your visit! Once your reservation form is received, one of our museum staff members will contact you.