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Built in 1852, the house is settled on a three acre land surrounded by scenic gardens and farm lands. The museum exhibits a collection of Oregon’s historical artifacts such as First Ladies of Oregon Gown collection, the quilts, and other things dating back to the 17th century. The grounds of the property form a charming backdrop for weddings and receptions that will take you back in time. Small scale weddings can be held in the museum premises as well.
If a game of disc golf followed by a refreshing swim sounds like the perfect summer day, then Paradise Point State Park is for you. The gorgeous Lewis River flows through the woods here, flanked by tall pine trees and an atmosphere of serenity. Those looking for some light exercise can traverse the short hiking trail and maybe encounter some intriguing birds like the blue heron. Thanks to its close proximity to the interstate, the park allows campers to set up camp in their cars or vehicles, for these are mostly travelers with a long way to go. Combining convenience with fantastic natural vistas, Paradise Point State Park is a wonderful place for a family outing.
Dating back to 1910, Pomeroy Living History farm is a fascinating place for history lovers. Educational activities and fun programs make it appealing to kids and schools. This sprawling pastoral terrain features historic structures, pasture lands, vegetable gardens and farm animals. Learn to work the farm, churn butter and other chores as a farmhand. From old techniques to present farming skills, the repository gives an insight that is informative. The property is also available on rent for hosting wedding events, photography and other private parties.