This 1889 Italianate home at 2305 Main Street in Baker City, was the residence of Baker City philanthropist, Leo Adler, for 94 years. Upon Leo’s death in 1993 at age 98 the home and its contents were bequeathed to the Baker County Museum Commission.
A committee of four oversaw the five-year restoration project. The house is furnished with Adler family memorabilia and furnishings and is restored to the style of the early 1900’s. Original wallpaper still graces the upstairs rooms. The Adler House Museum opened in July 1998.
Tour guides will regale you with stories of the Adler family, Leo’s magazine empire, and how he amassed the $21 million fortune he left to Baker County.
Hours: Memorial Day – Labor Day, Friday thru Monday, 10AM – 2PM. Admission charged. For more information including ticketing and reservations visit the Baker Heritage Museum Website.