Pioneer Mothers Memorial Cabin

The Willamette Valley & Wine Country

A 1931 log cabin reconstructed by the local Daughters of the American Revolution, this interesting museum is filled with objects brought across the Oregon Trail and other articles of frontier life. Guides in period garb walk visitors through the place, explaining its history; customized tours can be arranged.

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