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Historic Heslin House
60 Main St, Fairview, OR 97024



Picture Heslin House Museum
Open the third Saturday of every month from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
July & August; Open every Saturday from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Special tours can be arranged by appointment.
Suggested donation is $2.
    Heslin House 
The historic Heslin House was built in circa 1890 and is an example  of Western Farmhouse architecture. It is located adjacent to the Ne-cha-co-kee/Handy Park in Fairview, with parking facilities, gazebo and attractive landscaping. The site is also home to Fairview's original two-cell jail built in 1915. The House has historical  artifacts on exhibit from the Heslin family and other historical artifacts from the three areas the Society represents.
Fairview City Jail

   Fairview City Jail
Museum Exhibits
"Word War II on the Home Front"
Exhibit features WWII poster from the Zimmerman House collection and artifacts from local residents including several loaned to E.C.H.O. from the private collection of William Leslie of Sandy, Oregon.                                                                                       
"Historic Dolls" on display in completely furnished circa bedroom.
 Additional Information
 Heslin Family History    
 E.C.H.O. - East County Historical Organization
 Contact: (503) 261-8078 or email