As an important note: The store and apothecary can only be visited when accompanied by a docent. The way it works is that you go first to the interpretive center (across the street diagonally) from the Kam Wah Chun store.
There you get your ticket...更多
Local authorities opened up this building, closed for a couple of decades, and were amazed to discover an extensive Chinese shop, encompassing everything from dry goods and liquor to Chinese herbal products used in medicine. The business was a partnership between Lung On and Ing...更多
You would probably never hear about this museum unless you look at Trip Advisor or have a family member that lives in the area. If you're in Oregon and doing a road trip, stop at all the small museums you pass on the road you...更多
So much history packed into a small place. Not just the Chinese/American experience but a view into the entrepreneurial spirit of the time. Many products from the early 20th century, both medicinal and consumer. A glimpse into the life of immigrants in a hostile time....更多
This was more interesting than I expected. The tour of the building was very good and the Ranger really knew her stuff. The Visitor Centre closed for lunch, which I hadn't realised, but what I saw of it was interesting and well presented. Allow at...更多
We arrived at 8.55 with the intention of being on the 9am tour only to be greeted by a queue (max 8 people per tour). This in hindsight was fortunate as whilst we waited for the 10am tour we were able to look around the...更多