The Stevens-Crawford Heritage House
located at 603 6th Street
Harley Crawford Stevens and Mary Elizabeth Crawford were married in 1871 in Yamhill County, each one a direct descendant of early territory pioneers. After moving to various Oregon City homes, in 1908 they had a house built designed to their specifications.
The great majority of the Stevens-Crawford Heritage House has been restored to its original condition and filled with items from 1908 to 1920. Come take a tour and see how people in our area lived 100 years ago!
The Stevens-Crawford Heritage House will temporarily be closed beginning in January as the house undergoes much-needed maintenance and a re-organization efforts. Dual tickets purchased at the Museum of the Oregon Territory will last through April, with a planned re-opening of the house slated for early April.
603 6th St, Oregon City, OR
Friday – Saturday, 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Tours run every hour.
Groups with over 5 members should schedule tours ahead of time.
Ages 5-17: $3
Under 5: Free
If visitors would like to visit the Museum of the Oregon Territory as well, they may purchase a dual ticket for the price of $8 for adults and $5 for children. These tickets cover the cost of admission for the the Steven's-Crawford Heritage House and the Museum of the Oregon Territory.
FREE for current and retired members of the military
Some of the house's interesting artifacts include: