Adler House Museum
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The completely renovated and restored 1889 Italianate home was the residence of Baker City philanthropist, Leo Adler, for 94 years.
Listen to his story and feel the presence of his family as you wander through the rooms of the house on a guided tour. The downstairs parlor has been restored using elegant period wallpaper. All furniture, artwork and light fixtures are original.
Imagine sharing a meal with Leo around the dining room table while he regales you with stories of his magazine empire and how he amassed the $21 million fortune he left to Baker County.
Open Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend or by Appointment on other days
Friday and Saturday *10:00 to 3:30pm
Admission: Adults $6.00; Children 12 & under free
Children under 17 must be escorted by an adult