“Victorian Days”

The 2nd half of he 19th Century saw major changes in transportation, medical practices, fashion, household conveniences,  jobs, and more as the Industrial Revolution’s inventions and innovations changed everyone’s lifestyle. 

View different aspects of life in the late 1800s through the lens of the gold mining town of Jacksonville, Oregon, and the Beekman family, the town’s most prominent and wealthiest pioneers!

These popular tours at Jacksonville’s historic 1870s C.C. Beekman House Museum look at the dramatic changes in life during the late 1800s Industrial Revolution along with the lingering social expectations that continued to influence adoption of these changes.   

The Museum is located at 470 E. California Street.  

2023 tours themes and dates will be announced in January.

Tours will begin every 20 minutes starting at 12n with the last tour beginning at 3pm.  Tour groups are limited to 8 people and 10 tours are offered each day.  

Tours are $10 per person and reservations are required.  Walk-ups are accommodated on a “space available” basis.  

DISCLAIMER:  All tour attendees do so at their own risk and waive any liability claims against Historic Jacksonville, Inc. or any volunteer.  This includes illness and injury, as well as loss, damage or theft of property.  Historic Jacksonville, Inc. reserves the right to refuse admission or eject persons at any time.

 


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