Willamette Heritage Center

Willamette Heritage Center

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Charles W. ·
Reviewed January 12, 2013
Really enjoyed the Christmas lighting and activities at the mill The music was wonderful and the activities in the mill itself was excellent. The only thing negative was the rain.


Georgiann B. ·
Reviewed January 10, 2013
Great Christmas Show!!!


Darlene W. ·
Reviewed January 10, 2013
we will likely bring our child back when he is older. He liked the music but wasn't old enough yet to enjoy the crafts, etc. for the toddlers/kids.

What You'll Get

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  • $4 for admission to Magic at the Mill for two adults ($10 value)
  • $8 for admission to Magic at the Mill for two adults and two children ($16 value)<p>

Holiday cheer suffuses the 5-acre campus of the Willamette Heritage Center, along with thousands of holiday lights that sparkle and wink from the boughs of trees and eaves of buildings. Actors stroll through living-history exhibits, revealing the Christmas traditions of years gone by, while musicians play holiday favorites from all time periods. Model railroads and dedicated kids’ programming entertain tykes while they await their turn to visit with Santa.<p>

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Dec 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Willamette Heritage Center

The Willamette Heritage Center preserves slices of valley history by word and deed, keeping up 14 historic structures and filling them with historical tours and living history displays. The Jason Lee house represents the oldest building on campus, built in 1841. The structure also boasts the title of oldest surviving wooden frame house in the Pacific Northwest, and its interior sports the period appropriate furnishings right down to an iron stove and a snoring, bonneted grandmother. Nearby stands the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill, and piece of the Industrial Revolution that has survived since 1896, earning recognition as an American Treasure by the National Park Service. Workers keep the buildings clean and sound for tours and rentals, while actors keep the ground vibrant with living historical portrayals.

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