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Located in Bush’s Pasture Park, the Bush House Museum is Salem’s 19th century time capsule. Operated by the Salem Art Association on behalf of the City of Salem, the Museum offers tours to the public and preserves and interprets the heritage of the...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
600 Mission St SE, Bush's Pasture Park, Salem, OR 97302-6203
Had a wonderfully interesting tour there with a guide that has done her research and made what could have been a short, boring tour quite fascinating with history and personalities referenced and explained.
We attended during one of the free days during the Art Festival. It is a very nice historical property from one of the founders of the city. The land that comprises Bush Park was his family estate, donated to the city of Salem. It is...More
A very nice small museum and then visit the original old house with a lot of the original furniture, so please don’t sit on it. It’s a large house with lots a stairs. As you leave don’t forget to see the rose garden on the...More
The folks at the Gelato place suggested we see this house. We are glad we did. The house was a gem with much of the original furnishing still there. That is quite unusual. There is also a large rose garden to enjoy while there. Our...More
Did we ever luck out, the weekend of August 19-20, most people were preoccupied with the solar eclipse on August 21. My wife and I were more interested in seeing a bit of Salem History, and we were the only two people enjoying a tour...More
This was the home of a wealthy and prominent 19th century Oregon family and is fantastically well preserved. It presents a real picture of how a wealthy Oregon family of the time would have lived. The experience was enhanced by a well informed and friendly...More
My husband and I were the only ones on the tour for our time at 4pm. The lady was so knowledgeable. She said about 65 percent of the furnishings were original to the house. This is really a must tour when in town. We learned...More