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Leo Adler House Museum

2305 Main St, Baker City, OR 97814-2563
+1 541-523-9308
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Very informative

We called and got an individualized tour. It was well worth going through. The tour person was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Portland, Oregon
So Much History For Baker City

Great for the tours or visitor's of Baker City Oregon. So much history a Baker City to share with... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2017
Baker City, Oregon
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2305 Main St, Baker City, OR 97814-2563
+1 541-523-9308
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We called and got an individualized tour. It was well worth going through. The tour person was very informative about the house, family and his impact on Baker City itself. The cost is cheap and all moneys go to keeping up the museum itself, so...More

Thank moveinon
Reviewed 3 April 2017

Great for the tours or visitor's of Baker City Oregon. So much history a Baker City to share with everybody. A must look out

Thank BarbaraBushman1
Reviewed 13 November 2016

What a wonderful home and the docent was very good at her job, she had replies to all of our questions and even made a quick call to find out some thing for us when didn't know. I recommended a one to two hour stay...More

Thank wendybentherdonethat
Reviewed 28 September 2016

What a wonderful museum. There is something for everyone. Allow plenty of time, we only had an hour due to a reservation we had to keep in another town. We could have easily spent another hour or more. The fact that Baker City was given...More

Thank Adrienne F
Reviewed 26 September 2016

We had a personal (just the two of us) tour of the Adler House, arranged by the desk at the Geiser Grand Hotel since it was off-season. The guide was flexible about adjusting the details to suit our interest areas, which was great. The house...More

Thank lesknit
Reviewed 29 August 2016

This was an excellent look into what domestic life was like in the late 1800. The house was beautifully crafted and well restored. It is worth climbing the 28 stairs to see the upstairs.

Thank Debby F
Reviewed 15 August 2016

Leo Adler is inspiring. He worked hard, cared for his fellow citizens, and obviously loved all of Baker City. He did well, and he did not forget those around him as he prospered. It is a privilege to partake of his history and his life,...More

Thank OldPoiDog
Reviewed 12 June 2016

Very engaged tour hosts. They provided a lot of local history and detailed information about this pioneering family. Very affordable.. Enjoyed the whole experience.

Thank Mary-lynne W
Reviewed 4 August 2015

Had we just walked through the Adler House on our own, we would have gotten a small fraction of the history, character, and personalities that the house embodies. Thanks to an engaging and knowledgeable docent, we had an excellent experience, which added to our love...More

1  Thank Lisa W
Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

The tour of the house is very interesting and full of local history. Leo was a self made man who loved Baker and really supported the community. This is a great place to spend an hour. They give a 2 buck discount if you want...More

1  Thank Chiefly1
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