Explore Pendleton’s Red Light District On This Underground Tour In Oregon

History isn’t always confined to what’s in the books. In fact, most times, it’s the unwritten history that really paints the most accurate picture of the past. This is most certainly true in Pendleton, Oregon, a historic town cloaked in scandal and secrecy. Hidden away beneath this small town in eastern Oregon, the Pendleton Underground is a network of tunnels that once was home to many secret businesses — both legal and illegal. It’s also a place where Chinese immigrant workers faced egregious persecution and discrimination. It’s not pretty, but it’s part of Oregon. And thanks to Pendleton Underground Tours, visitors can learn all about the town’s untold, underground history.

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Did you know about these underground tours in Oregon — or the history of Pendleton’s red light district? The underground tour takes about 1.5 hours to complete and costs $15 per guest. For more information, visit the Pendleton Underground Tours website, or call (541) 276-0730.

If you’re looking for another historic tour in Oregon, check out the Astoria Riverfront Trolley.

Address: Pendleton Underground Tours, 31 SW Emigrant Ave, Pendleton, OR 97801, USA