Crossroads Carnegie Art Center

As the oldest continuously operating art centers East of Cascades, Crossroads continue to evolve and grow as one of the finest regional art centers in Oregon.

2020 Auburn Ave
Baker City, OR 97814
(541) 523-5369

Mon-Sat 10 AM – 5 PM
Crossroad Carnegie Facebook Page

Eastern Oregon Museum

Telling Our Community Story thru Western Memorabilia, Local Pioneer Artifacts, & Historic Collections.

610 Third St
Haines, OR
(541) 856-3233

Memorial Day thru Labor Day
Thur-Sat 10 Am – 1 PM
Appointments also Available
Donations Appreciated.

Pine Valley Museum 

The museum includes numerous exhibits showcasing the community’s Gold Rush, and agricultural history. Exhibits include several displays from historic businesses, a country kitchen, native American artifacts, and antique farming equipment.  This museum also catalogs local family history for those researching their genealogy. There is also an outdoors historic park exhibit featuring the areas first public school, Halfway’s original jail, and a pioneer smokehouse all dating to the late 19th century.

115 E Record St
Halfway, OR
(541) 742-7194

Memorial Day Weekend thru Labor Day Weekend
Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays
Appointments Available

Sumpter Valley Railroad

The Sumpter Valley Railroad is the only steam powered narrow-gauge heritage railway in Oregon, and can boast that it is one of a very few lines run by volunteers. Runs from Sumpter to McEwan.

12259 Huckleberry Loop (23 miles southwest of Baker City)
211 Austin St, Sumpter
(541) 894-2268

Operates May-December
Sumper Valley Railroad Facebook Page

Baker Heritage Museum

Conserving artifacts of historical Baker County, educating the public about the development of the area, and preserving local archives to make them available for research. It’s also currently housing the Oregon Trail exhibit while the interpretive center is under renovation.

2480 Grove St
Baker City, OR 97814
(541) 523-9308

Open March thru October
Mon-Sat 10 AM – 4 PM
Sun 12 PM – 4 PM
Baker Heritage Facebook Page

Sumpter Valley Dredge State Heritage Area

Visitors are welcome aboard the dredge May – October. Explore the decks yourself or take part in a ranger-led tour; guided tours are held on weekends only. About 1.5 miles of trails wind through the park wetlands. Stop at one of several viewing platforms for a glimpse into how nature has reclaimed the valley over the past 50 years. Essentially a ship on dry land, the Sumpter Valley Gold Dredge unearthed the valley in search of gold, leaving piles of debris in its wake.

441 S Mill St.
Sumpter, OR
(541) 894-2486

May 1 – Oct 31

Oregon State Parks Website
Friends of Sumpter Valley Dredge Facebook Page

Huntington Museum

This museum shares stories of the town, including its maritime era when Huntington was a home post for two sternwheelers that plied the waters of the Snake River. While visiting, be sure to find the pistol-packing preacher and learn about that chapter in Huntington’s History.

395 First St.
Huntington, OR

Memorial Day thru Labor Day
Sat 1 PM – 4 PM
Appointments Available

Huntington Museum Facebook Page

Sumpter Municipal Museum

Repository for artifacts, photographs and stories of Sumpter Valley from the 1860’s to the present. Many struggle to find the museum please look for the Library Sign!

245 S. Mill St
Sumpter, OR
(541) 894-2253

Wed 3 PM – 6 PM
Thur-Sat 11 AM – 3 PM
Mon-Tue as volunteers are available
Donations Appreciated

Sumpter Museum Facebook Page

Adler House Museum

Operated by the Baker Heritage Museum. Volunteer docents (guides) are available for tours of the house and background on the Adler Family and the historic house.

2305 Main St.
Baker City, OR 97814

Open Weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day