Eastern Oregon Arts and Culture

Eatsren Oregon Arts and Culture

Eastern Oregon Arts & Culture Details

Eastern Oregon is a place of awesome beauty. Every bend in the road allows you to experience the feel of wide open spaces that are full of culture and heritage. Start your morning in Pendleton and be part of this community’s colorful past with a mill tour at Pendleton Woolen Mills, one of America’s world class woolen mills. You might be surprised at how cultured the real west can be. Continue your cultural experience with a visit to the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute. Hear the story of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. You will leave with an entirely new perspective on history – that of the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla Tribes. Before heading east on I-84 you must taste the Native American salmon at Raphael’s Restaurant. This restaurant is located in the historic Raley house, which has played an important part in the history of Pendleton. La Grande will be your next stop. Six miles east of LaGrande you will find the fascinating Hot Lake Springs Resort restoration project and David Manuel Bronze Studio. This is a story waiting to be told. Journey down the Cove – LaGrande highway to Gilstrap Brothers Winery in the cozy town of Cove. The existing winery produces just over 1400 cases per year and is the only winery in Eastern Oregon. Return to LaGrande and end your day enjoying the bounty of Eastern Oregon at the Foley Station housed in the historic Palmer building. Their menu is full of locally grown products, often from the local farmers market or the owner’s garden..

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