Bush House Museum was recently featured in a C-SPAN episode. Click here to watch the video.
Hourly Guided Tours | March – December:
Wednesday-Sunday | 1, 2, 3 & 4 pm
Purchase tickets at the Bush Barn Art Center
$5 Seniors (62+)
$4 Students (16+)
$3 Youth (6–15)
Free Children 6 & under
Free SAA Members
Free Oregon Trail Card Families
Free Active Military & Families
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Time Traveler Members
U.S. Military Veterans
*Please call 503-363-4714 in advance to schedule group, school or private tours.
Located in Bush’s Pasture Park, the Bush House Museum offers tours to the public and preserves and interprets the heritage of the Bush House and Bush’s Pasture Park to illuminate Oregon history and culture associated with the lives and legacy of Salem’s Bush Family. Featuring many iconic 19th century furnishings, this technologically advanced home also contains the original light fixtures, central heating vents and plumbing fixtures. As the comfortable home of a Bush Family member until 1953, the Bush House Museum continues to welcome Salem visitors of all ages throughout the year. While in Bush’s Pasture Park, visitors can also explore the recently restored 1882 Conservatory, the second oldest in the west, and the Bush Barn Art Center in the original Bush Family Barn. The 90 acre park also features walking trails, a civic rose garden and several children’s play areas.