PO Box 987, Baker City Oregon 97814
541-523-1843 Fax 541-523-1834
The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, operated the US Dept of Interior's Bureau of Land Management, is located at Flagstaff Hill on Highway 86, five miles east of Baker City.
The 509-acre site features a 23,000 square-foot facility with permanent exhibits offering audio, video, dioramas, and artifacts to recreate the experiences of Oregon Trail emigrants.
The center is open daily from 9 to 6, April through October and 9 to 4 from November to March. It is closed Christmas and New Years. Snack concession stand on site.
Other History nearby:
(Baker City) Baker Heritage Museum
(Prairie City) Depot Park and DeWitt Museum
(Olive Lake) Fremont Powerhouse
(Baker City) Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
(Halfway) Pine Valley Community Museum
(Union) Union County Museum Society Museum
Request a Free copy of the Mile-by-Mile Guide to the Oregon Coast, which will be delivered to your USA postal address. Also request a free first issue of Oregon Coast magazine and sign up for coast deals.
11/30 Coming to The Baker City area
Buttermilk Festival Kamiah ID April6 Learn to make butter the old fashioned way with a modern day twist, and then enjoy your creation on some fresh baked Dutch oven bread. Take in the pancake breakfast, Buttermilk Bowl bowling tournament, horse plop 50/50 raffle, variety of vendors and live music throughout the day.
John Scharff Migratory Bird Festival Burns OR April11-14 Enjoy witnessing the spectacular spring migration in the Harney Basin of southeast Oregon. View thousands of migratory birds, from waterfowl and songbirds to raptors and cranes.
Boise Bird Festival Meridian ID April27 Come and learn more about Idaho's birds with short bird walks, educational and interactive booths, workshops and demonstrations on a variety of topics from bird identification and backyard feeding to wild bird photography.
Big Water Blowout River Festival Riggins ID June1 This is an action packed event with experienced outfitters and guides offering discounted raft trips. Come paddle huge class III and IV rapids and enjoy the magnificent scenery of the second deepest gorge in North America. Get your thrill-seeking in, as the boats go big in boat-munching waves with names like The Pencil Sharpener, The Pancake Wave, The Big Easy and The Haystack.
National Oldtime Fiddlers Contest and Festival Weiser ID June17-22 Idaho's premier fiddler's contest is back with all the fun and celebration throughout Weiser. Parades, fiddle contest, food and arts vendors and much more.
NorthWest RibFest Eagle ID June27-30 The RibFest is a wonderful opportunity for businesses to show their support for Help Idaho and the community. With 100,000 visitors expected during the three-day event, it's an excellent brand building opportunity as well.