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John McLoughlin House Natl Historic Site

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Built in 1846 by Dr. John McLoughlin, who was the chief representative of the Hudsons Bay Company. After the British gave up their claims to Oregon, he remained and became a prominent citizen of the Oregon Territory.

The home is now a National Park Unit, part of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, and is owned and operated by the National Park Service. There is no fee charged for your visit and tour of the McLoughlin House.

Our hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 10 - 4, and Sundays 1 - 4. We are closed from mid-December through mid February. We hold many events during the year. Please check our website for further information, or call us at 503-656-5146.

Many Historic Houses have been preserved throughout Oregon.

Location: 713 Center Street, Oregon City Oregon 97045 Telephone 503-656-5146

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