Eastern Oregon Attractions


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Historic Union HotelHistoric Union Hotel
The 16-rooms in the hotel each have themes, and whether you are looking for a historically accurate stay in “The Original Room,” or have a wonderful ranch-like stay in “The Davis’ Brothers Room,” there is a theme for almost every personality.
Childrens Art Museum in PendletonChildrens Art Museum in Pendleton
About the time your children are ready to drive you to the ragged edge of insanity, is when you will be in Pendleton, and while it’s a great place to spend the night, it’s also the site of an amazing children’s museum.
Pendleton Woolen MillsPendleton Woolen Mills
There are still a few places left in the U.S. where you can see production of wool being woven into blankets, such as Pendleton Woolen Mills in Pendleton, Oregon.
Oregon Trail Interpretive CenterOregon Trail Interpretive Center
Hiking, history and heritage, that’s the theme of the Oregon Trial Interpretive Center just East of Baker City.
Hells Canyon Scenic Byway Hells Canyon Scenic Byway
Leave the fast pace and fenced-in views of Interstate 84 and follow the contours of the land into slower times and wilder places.
Anthony LakeHike Anthony Lake
Just as beautiful, but more accessible than the more famous Wallowa Mountains nearby, the Elkhorn Range boasts craggy granite peaks and high alpine lakes surrounded by wildflowers.
Elkhorn Scenic Byway

Elkhorn Scenic Byway
This 106-mile loop takes you through the Elkhorn Mountains, gold-mining ghost-towns and along elegant lakes and rivers.

 

Hamley's in PendletonHamley's in Pendleton
You could spend an entire afternoon just visiting the café for lunch, the western store in the afternoon and then the steakhouse for a dinner.
Tamástslikt Cultural InstituteTamástslikt Cultural Institute
Amazing, astonishing, interesting, heartbreaking and hopeful are the range of emotions you will experience if you take the time to read and examine the many different exhibits.
Baker City Historical WalkBaker City Historical Walk
It’s easy to see the history of Baker City in its prime, however, local citizens and business leaders have been working hard for the last decade to reclaim the grandeur of the “Queen City of the Mines.”
Carnegie Art Center in Baker CityCarnegie Art Center in Baker City
The Baker City Library, built in 1909, has been renovated and is now home to local artists who hold classes, throw pottery, and display their work in a beautiful gallery space that still features the original windows and walls.
Columbia Gorge Discover CenterHike the Steens Mountains
Explore the Steens Mountain with this easy hike. There are three short paths that lead to viewpoints of Kiger Gorge, the East Rim, and Steens Summit.
Eagle CapClimbing Eagle Cap
This 9,572-foot hike to the hub of the Wallowa Mountains is not for the weary. This is a great two-day hike to the summit or a beautiful, shorter day hike, if you prefer.