Oregon Trail Center

Bureau of Land Management
Baker City, OR

Over 200,000 people visit the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center each year to learn about the immigrants who traveled across the western landscape. Perched on Flagstaff Hill, just outside of Baker City, Oregon, the Interpretive Center overlooks the original trail as it winds through the sagebrush of Virtue Flats. The Portico Group designed the Visitor Center, an interpretive trail system, a curatorial and maintenance building, and the living history complex - a unique renovation of a 19th century gold mine with working stamp mill and shaft house.

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