In the tiny town of Haines, several miles north of Baker City, this humble museum almost resembles an antiques store or flea market at first glance, and has 10,000 household, farming, mining, and pioneer artifacts. Kids will love the one-room schoolhouse; little girls will adore the 100-plus antique dolls and teddy bears. On the grounds is the old Union Pacific depot, built in the 1880s and given to the museum when the railroad discontinued stops at Haines in 1962.
610 3rd St., , 4 blocks from U.S. 30, Haines, Oregon, 97833, United States
541-856–3380-off-season hrs; 541-856–3233-during season; 541-856–3793-off-season hrs