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Private Sailing Charter for 2 to 12 People by the Hour

Private Sailing Charter for 2 to 12 People by the Hour - Oregon City, United States

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Oregon City, United States

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$499.00

A Private Sail for up to 12 friends on our 40' world cruising yacht. Sail away a lazy afternoon, book an hour for a stunning lighted bridge tour or go for a sail through Portland ... More info ›

A Private Sail for up to 12 friends on our 40' world cruising yacht. Sail away a lazy afternoon, book an hour for a stunning lighted bridge tour or go for a sail through Portland. On Longer tours, cruise up to Lake Oswego or even the stunning Willamette Falls. The Yacht is yours and your captain will do his best to give you and your friends the adventure you desire! You are welcome to bring snacks and drinks (beer and wine are fine!) to enjoy on your cruise or we can arrange catering for you.

A Private excursion for up to 12 friends. Sail away a lazy afternoon or go for a tour of Portland. The Yacht is yours and your captain will do his best to give you all the adventure you desire! You are welcome to bring snacks and drinks (beer and wine are fine!) to enjoy on your cruise. You can participate in the sailing of the yacht or just sit back and relax. It can be a pure sailing excursion or we can motor to a specific location that you would like to see. Your vessel is a replica of the first boat to sail around the world with a lone person on board and, although a classic yacht, she has all the modern navigation and safety features on board. With many comfortable conversation areas for 6 to 8 people at the bow, stern and in the luxurious cabin, she makes a great family reunion or corporate outing platform for all your friends or family!

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End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Admission

End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Admission - Oregon City, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Oregon City, United States

From USD
$11.70

Experience history at the End of the Oregon Trail with the “Bound for Oregon” featured film, genealogy assistance for descendants of pioneers, and exciting and interactive exhibits that include period games and crafts like candle dipping and making a rag doll. Pack your wagon, dress like a pioneer, make butter and fill out a land claim, too! Outside the Interpretive Center, enjoy the heritage garden, a walk on our interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green with pioneer lawn games ... More info ›

Experience history at the End of the Oregon Trail with the “Bound for Oregon” featured film, genealogy assistance for descendants of pioneers, and exciting and interactive exhibits that include period games and crafts like candle dipping and making a rag doll. Pack your wagon, dress like a pioneer, make butter and fill out a land claim, too! Outside the Interpretive Center, enjoy the heritage garden, a walk on our interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green with pioneer lawn games. State and county visitor welcome center also on site, with complimentary travel information, coffee, and tea.

Visit: End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

Begin your Oregon Trail experience in the hands-on exhibit about the beginning of the journey: let a historically-clothed interpreter orient you, before you pack your wagon, hand-dip candles, try on some pioneer dress-up, and smell the herbal remedies that were the only defense against the dangers on the Trail. More period crafts available for younger visitors, as well as in-depth exhibit information and genuine artifact displays for the more curious history buffs. 
Next, watch the "Bound for Oregon" feature film. This 25-minute movie is based entirely on the diaries of real pioneers who lived through the 2,000-mile journey, and shares the true joys and tragedies experienced on the Trail. 
Then enjoy the Oregon City exhibit to find out what happened to pioneers after they arrived in their new home. Displays made by the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde about Native American life in the area offer a unique perspective on Oregon's history. Ask an interpreter for help researching your own pioneer roots using the genealogy resources available here, as well.  
Outside of the interpretive center, continue learning in the heritage garden, interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green - where many pioneers spent their first winter in Oregon. Also swing by the state and county visitor welcome center to receive complimentary travel information from friendly tourism experts and browse a wide selection of local products, snacks, and educational gifts.

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Oregon Trail Experience

Oregon Trail Experience - Oregon City, United States

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Oregon City, United States

From USD
$65.00

This morning you will get a peek back in time! We will visit Willamette Falls which is the largest waterfall (by volume) in Oregon, visit the End of the Oregon Trail Museum, and ride the only outdoor municipal elevator in the United States!

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Stop At: End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

Made up of several buildings beneath giant wagon frames, the Interpretive Center contains hands-on exhibits where costumed interpreters describe the challenges of packing for the cross-country trek. Visitors are free to get hands-on with history here by dressing up, packing a wagon and trying their hands at pioneer crafts and activities like candle making ... More info ›

This morning you will get a peek back in time! We will visit Willamette Falls which is the largest waterfall (by volume) in Oregon, visit the End of the Oregon Trail Museum, and ride the only outdoor municipal elevator in the United States!

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

Made up of several buildings beneath giant wagon frames, the Interpretive Center contains hands-on exhibits where costumed interpreters describe the challenges of packing for the cross-country trek. Visitors are free to get hands-on with history here by dressing up, packing a wagon and trying their hands at pioneer crafts and activities like candle making. The “Bound for Oregon” video presentation and other exhibits also immerse visitors in historic tales and explain how Oregon City was the end of the trail for many because it was where land claims were granted for Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Wyoming.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Oregon City Municipal Elevator, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

We will ride the Oregon City Municipal Elevator which continues to operate as the only outdoor municipal elevator in the US and one of only four municipal elevators in the world and “Elevator Street” remains the only “vertical street” in North America. This 130-foot elevator connects two neighborhoods in Oregon City. The upper portion contains an observation deck which accounts for its flying saucer appearance. There have been two elevators at this location with the current elevator was built in 1954-55.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Willamette Falls, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

Willamette Falls is one of the most significant natural features in the state. A Native salmon and lamprey fishery for at least eight thousand years, Willamette Falls plummets abruptly straight down the height of a four-story building from the Willamette Valley into the Oregon City–West Linn basin. Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, the falls powered the earliest mills in the region and contributed to the growth of the first United States government in the Oregon Territory. We will stop at Willamette Falls and you will be able to explore the area while learning about the amazing history of this waterfall over time.

Duration: 20 minutes

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