Barclay House

A yellow house sits in the background, behind a National Park Service sign.
The McLoughlin Memorial Association bookstore is located in the Barclay House.

NPS Photo

Quick Facts
719 Center Street, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
Home of the Barclay family in Oregon City
National Register of Historic Places

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The Barclay House is part of the McLoughlin House Unit of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, located in Oregon City, Oregon. This historic home, built in 1849, was the residence of Dr. Forbes Barclay, his wife Maria, and their family. The Barclay family lived in the house until the 1930s.

Today, visitors the McLoughlin House Unit should start their visit at the Barclay House. Here, you can find information about tours of the McLoughlin House and shop the McLoughlin Memorial Association's Bookstore.

Learn more about visiting the McLoughlin House Unit of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site here.

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Oregon National Historic Trail

Last updated: January 11, 2024