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  • 2480 Grove Street, Baker City
  • 541-523-9308

Baker City isn't necessarily smack dab on the beaten path but it's worth a stop at the Oregon Trail Regional Museum should you find yourself visiting the vicinity. Dedicated to exploring the area's history, the museum (and historic Adler House) provide a glimpse of everything from early automobiles ...

  • Windmill Road, Baker City
  • Historical Site, Monument-Building

Cemetery and memorial dedicated to Baker City Chinese history. Located on Windmill Road, just east of the I-84 Exit 304.

  • 2020 Auburn Avenue, Baker City
  • Art Gallery-Museum, Performing Arts
  • 541-523-5369

Classes in drama, music, dance, oil painting, watercolor, sculpture, pottery, creative writing and other disciplines as well as adult and children's performances and visual art exhibits.

  • 610 Third Street, Haines

  • 1550 Dewey Ave, Baker City
  • 541-523-6391

Hells Canyon was designated a national recreation area in 1975. The 652,500 acre canyon has a maximum depth of 7,900 ft making it the deepest gorge in North America.Major attractions are the Snake River with jet boats and float craft permitted, 3 Wild and Scenic Rivers, Hells Canyon All American Sc...

  • 41132 Robinette Rd, Richland
  • City Park-Neighborhood
  • 541-893-6147

  • 2101 Main Street, Baker City
  • Historical Site, Monument-Building
  • 541-534-5442

Preservation group for historic sites in Baker City. Provides self guided walking tour information of historic sites and buildings in town.

  • Baker City
  • 541-523-1843

Using life-size displays, and multi-media and living-history presentations, this Center dramatically tells the story of the hopes, dreams, joys, and heartaches of Oregon Trail-era pioneers. A visit to the Center provides a unique opportunity to walk through a wagon train, join a group of emigrants a...

  • East Record Street, Halfway
  • Museum
  • 541-742-5346

  • Sumpter
  • Museum
  • 541-894-2568

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