Salem Historical Quarterly
Historic Deepwood Estate Museum/Gardens
1116 Mission St. SE
503-363-1825
www.deepwood.org


photograph used with permission of Ron Cooper
This Queen Anne residence is noted for its fine oak woodwork and stained glass windows. In the more than five acres surrounding the building and multi-gabled carriage house, there are English-styled gardens and nature trails.

For those interested in gardens: The Lord and Schryver Conservancy, a community-based non-profit organization partnered with the Salem Parks Foundation and affliliated with Garden Conservancy, sponsors local garden projects to preserve and interpret the legacy of these two Salem landscape architects. You can help by calliing (503) 588 2410 for information and volunteer opportunities.

For more information about our gardens, see Historic Gardens of Salem on the Salemhistory website.

Hours and Days of Operation for House Tours:
Mid May–Mid Sept., Sun–Thurs, noon to 5 p.m.
Mid Sept–Mid May, Wed-Thurs and Sat, noon to 5 p.m., hourly, Tues and Fri with Prior Arrangement
Group Rates and Tours are Available

Admission: Adults, $4.00, Seniors-Students, $3.00, Children 6-12, $2.00

Parking is located one block south of 12th and Mission at 12 and Lee Streets, near the greenhouse.

When You Are Here:
December 5, Open House, 12:00 to 5:00 p.m., Complimentary

January through March: "Fashions of the 1850s and 1950s: Re-examining the Mid-Centuries"

February 13: Valentine Open House, 12:00 - 5 p.m., Complimentary

February 26: Children's Etiquette Tea, 1:00 - 3:30 p.m., $12.00 per person

February 27: Women's Etiquette, "Silver Tea", 1:00 - 4:30 p/m/, $25.00 per person

Call 503 363 1825 to obtain more information about other events.

To Learn More:
You may take an 0nline tour of the house on the Deepwood website deepwood.org

Historical information about Deepwood can be found atwww.salemhistory.net