Oregon Historic Sites and Landmarks

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Hannah and Eliza Gorman HouseHannah and Eliza Gorman House
Corvallis, Oregon, USA

The Hannah and Eliza Gorman House was built by Black women pioneers in 1857-66 in Corvallis, Oregon. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015.

McLoughlin HouseMcLoughlin House
Oregon City, Oregon, USA

The Georgian-style home of Dr. John McLoughlin, founder and mayor of Oregon City, built in 1846. Moved from its original location by the river in 1909, it is now a museum and part of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Arlene Schnitzer Concert HallArlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Portland, Oregon, USA

Formerly known as the Portland Public Theater and Paramount Theater, the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall was built in 1927.

Nez Perce Traditional Site, Wallowa LakeNez Perce Traditional Site, Wallowa Lake
Joseph, Oregon, USA

This site, commanding an excellent view of a high, glaciated lake and mountain country, preserves a traditional Nez Perce ancestral campground associated with religious and cultural values that have persisted for more than the century that has elapsed since the band of nontreaty Nez Perce led by Young Chief Joseph was driven out.

Overlook HotelOverlook Hotel
Government Camp, OR, USA

Dedicated by FDR in 1937, this ski lodge on the slopes of Mount Hood is considered the finest example of "mountain architecture" built under the Works Progress Administration.

Forbes and Breeden BuildingForbes and Breeden Building
Portland, OR, USA

Completed in 1894, the Sherlock Building in Portland is notable as the only structure in Oregon apparently influenced by the work of Louis Sullivan. It is currently occupied by the Church of Scientology.

Evergreen Aviation & Space MuseumEvergreen Aviation & Space Museum
Yamhill County, Oregon, USA

Located in Oregon's wine country, this unique aviation museum displays the famous "Spruce Goose" built by Howard Hughes, plus spacecraft, military planes, helicopters, an IMAX theater - and a waterpark with a 747 jet parked on the roof.

Battle Creek BridgeBattle Creek Bridge
Crow, OR, USA

Also known as the Battle Creek Bridge, this covered bridge south of Eugene dates from 1922.