Home of Baker County History

Housed in the historic 1920 Natatorium, the Baker Heritage Museum, formerly Oregon Trail Regional Museum, displays and interprets the rich history of the region.

Permanent and changing exhibits of mining, timber, ranching, agriculture, early Baker City life, Chinese culture and wildlife fill the 33,000 square foot building. Whether you spend an hour or spend the day touring the museum you will come away with an appreciation of our region and the people who settled here.

Upcoming Events:

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Remembering the Civil War Apr 9, 9-4pm
Community Choir Concerts Apr 22-24, 7pm; 3pm Sun
Mother’s Day—Moms free with another paid adult admission May 7-8, 9-4pm
Adler House opens May 27, 10-3:30pm (Fri-Sat)
Friends of Museum Spring General Membership Meeting, May 26, 2-3pm
“Honoring Those Who Have Served” May 30, 9-4pm
A complete list of this year's calendar is available.

Open daily 9am - 4pm.
Admission: Adults (18+) $6.00  ::  Seniors (60+) and Youth (13-17) $5.00  ::  Children (12 and under) Free

2480 Grove Street
Baker City, OR 97814
541-523-9308

The Museum is now open, 9am-4pm, 7 days a week!

Historic Baker City, Oregon 97814
Founded 1862
2013 Central Gallery Exhibit: 'Baker Bands & High Society'
Friends of the
Baker Heritage Museum