355 N Settlemier Ave, Woodburn Oregon 97071
Built by Woodburn's founding father, Jesse H. Settlemier in 1892, the Settlemier House is a fine example of a Queen Anne and Craftsman style Victorian home. From March to November the house is open on the first Sunday of every month or by appointment. Group tours are welcome any day with an appointment! General admission is $3, children 12 and under, $2. Some special events have different or no costs.
In December, the house is open every Saturday and Sunday to celebrate Christmas Long Ago. A new theme is chosen every year and the house is decked with Christmas trees in Victorian style. Visitors enjoy traditional hot wassail and cookies.
Many Historic Houses have been preserved throughout Oregon.
Other History nearby:
(Portland) American Advertising Museum
(Carver) Baker Cabin
(Dallas) Brunk House
(Salem) Bush House Museum
(Washougal) Camas-Washougal Historical Soc. Museum
(Oregon City) Clackamas County History 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.
06/20 Coming to The Woodburn area
Water Music Festival Seaview WA April1 The Water Music Festival is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality chamber music to the Lower Columbia River Region.
Astoria-Warrenton Crab and Seafood Festival Warrenton OR April26 Crab and seafood as well as entertainment. Listen to the Astoria HS Jazz Band on Sunday.
Mt. Pisgah Arboretum Wildflower and Music Festival Eugene OR May19 A day of wildflowers, music, food, crafts, and microscopes!
Rhododendron Days Florence OR May17-19 The annual celebration of the blooming of rhododendrons along the central Oregon Coast.
Columbia Gorge Wine and Pear Fest Hood River OR May18-19 Start off the weekend with friends and fun featuring Columbia Gorge wineries and eateries. Highlights include entertainment, live music, wine tasting, great food, fruit exhibits with samples, and local artisans.