The McLoughlin House has been here since Oregon was a Territory. It's a part of Oregon history, and well worth a visit. Our town is the first incorporated town in Oregon.
has a nice view of the river. and is bye the fall .if you take a walk down the promanade. good out door day!
This museum is fun! It has never changed since I was a little girl. I highly recommend it and the Barclay house next door.
We got here just in time for a tour. It was a small group, which was nice, so we fit in each of the rooms and could still see. I thought the tour guide did a great job explaining everything and keeping the kids on our tour engaged without distracting from informing the adults. McLoughlin is quite an interesting fellow... More
A nice tour of the home of Dr John McLoughlin who was one of the first settlers in Oregon City. There is a free 45 min tour which is very interesting.
This was the home of the man directly involved with influencing Oregon and Washington becoming part of the united states- obviously important but little remembered The docent led tour was terrific and informative- take the time to visit this interesting place
The McLoughlin House is located in Oregon City, OR and is part of the last stop on the Oregon Trail. It's run by the National Park service and part of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. John McLoughlin is known as the "Father of Oregon" and is responsible for building Fort Vancouver an important fur trading outpost in the 19th... More
They've put in a lot of effort gathering period-appropriate furnishings for the house, but not much in the way of hands-on for kids. They make up for it by providing a very well-versed tour guide that is great at answering questions.
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