The Stevens-Crawford Heritage House

located at 603 6th Street

The Stevens-Crawford Heritage House is an American Foursquare home built in 1908 by prominent real estate investors Harley Stevens and his wife, Mary Elizabeth. It remained in the family until 1968 when Mertie Stevens passed away, leaving her family home to the Clackamas County Historical Society. The house has been restored to much of its original Edwardian splendor through donations of furnishings and textiles. A visit to the Stevens-Crawford Heritage House will transfer you back to the daily life during the period of invention and innovation of the Progressive Era. The second floor features rotating exhibits dedicated to the history of Oregon City and explore how the events of the world shaped our community. Take a closer look at the practical construction and craftsman architecture that made this home one of the finer dwellings in the city.

Guided and self-guided tours available to the public.  

TEMPORARILY CLOSED

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 April 26th and a grand opening to be held on June 21st, coinciding with Heritage Days.

 

Address

 603 6th St, Oregon City, OR

Hours

Friday – Saturday, 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Tours run every hour.

Groups with over 5 members should schedule tours ahead of time.

Admission

Adults: $5

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