The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center offers living history demonstrations, interpretive programs, exhibits, multi-media presentations, special events, and more than four miles of interpretive trails.
Using life-size displays, films and live theater presentations, this Center tells the story of Oregon Trail pioneers, explorers, miners and settlers of the frontier west. The 500 acre site includes remnants of the historic Flagstaff Gold Mine, actual ruts carved by pioneer wagons, and magnificent vistas of the historic trail route.
The Center is located five miles east of Baker City, Oregon. Take Exit 302 from Interstate 84: 125 miles northwest of Boise, 95 miles southeast of Pendleton.
The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is currently closed for renovations. A temporary exhibit is housed at Baker Heritage Museum, 2480 Grove St., Baker City, OR 97814.
|Covered wagon in the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Baker City, Oregon|
|Diorama in the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center|