Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

BAKER CITY, OR. Located on Highway 86 just five miles east of Baker City, Oregon stands the 23,000 square foot Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. Sitting high atop a bluff overlooking the fields below, this is one learning experience that takes the elementary history lesson to a whole new level. Filled with three different theaters, numerous life-size displays and countless artifacts, the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center has succeeded in re-creating our vision of what life was like for the early settlers. Volunteers and supporters of the Center bring old pioneer days to life through living history presentations and re-enactments. Educational programs provide kids of all ages with a fun and unique experience while still learning about the history of the Trail.

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