Baker Heritage Museum

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“The mission of the Baker Heritage Museums is to conserve artifacts of historical Baker County, to educate the public about the development of the area, to preserve local archives and to make them available for research” In 1982, the Baker County Museum Commission established the Baker Heritage Museum (formally the Oregon Trail Regional Museum). The museum is located in the 100-year old Baker Municipal Natatorium, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. Presently, the museum is a two-story interpretive collection of Baker County’s history, specifically from the 1860s through 1960s. Core exhibits in the museum include Baker County industries (logging, ranching, and mining), historical Baker City, Wally Byam’s Airstream experience, Chinese heritage, native and non-native wildlife, and a collection of regional Native American artifacts, including stone tools.

Takes Reservations
Accepts Credit Cards
Apple Pay
Outdoor Seating
Good for Kids
Good for Groups
Waiter Service
Wheelchair Accessible
Has TV
Dogs Allowed
Sells Gift Certificates
Has Music
Parking Lot
Valet Parking
Free Wifi
Smoking Allowed
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