Oregon City Arch Bridge
It was completed in 1922 and was part of the Highway 43 transportation network, designed by renowned Oregon engineer Conde B. McCullough.
The most famous outdoor site in the Oregon area is Willamette Falls, which is also famous for its semicircular design.
Museum of the Oregon Territory
A local history museum with a breathtaking view of Willamette Falls is situated in Oregon City.
End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
There are several exhibits on the history of the Oregon Trail and the community of Oregon City at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.
Oregon City Municipal Elevator
Over a century has passed since the Oregon City Municipal Elevator first opened for business. In 1915 the first elevator was built. It was hydraulically propelled.
John McLoughlin, regarded by many as the "Father of Oregon," lived in this home, which has been rebuilt, and it describes his life and accomplishments.
Villa Catalana Cellars
Whether you are a wine aficionado or just a lover of nature, you will be enchanted by this location.
It is a great place for a picnic lunch. The view from this park is worth seeing when the sun is out and the boatmen are on the lake.
Oregon City Farmers Market
It's a wonderful way to spend a weekday. Additionally, you may get locally produced fresh meat, eggs, fish, fruits, and vegetables at stores around Oregon City Farmer Market.
The McLoughlin Promenade is a beautiful walkway that runs along Singer Hill Bluff on the Willamette River's southeast bank, overlooking Oregon City.