A SELF-GUIDED TOUR
THE ART OF TIMBERLINE LODGE
Under the Federal Art Project in 1936, many painters and artists in textiles, wood, stone and iron combined their efforts with the builders of Timberline to make this one of America’s first ski lodges. Completed in 1937, our lodge continues to stand proudly at the top of Oregon. It symbolizes the strength of a mountain and embraces all people who visit. Unique to any other lodge in America, Timberline Lodge was hand built during the Depression by hundreds of displaced workers of the Works Progress Administration (WPA). Its story remains to be an inspiration for all.
Operated by R.L.K. and Company since 1955, our historic landmark lodge is an Oregon icon and stays open every day of the year. Designed in three sections, a central hexagonal fireplace and two wings extending from it, the lodge has three floors for public use. To help set your own curious pace during your visit, this self-guided tour features the spectacular highlights of Wood- Stone- Iron- Textiles- Paintings and Furnishings. Each placard’s QR Scan Code features a digital connection and a helpful map to steer your interests. Please let us share with you our special place. We are proud to be your host. Thanks for your visit.
- Please stay out of private guest room hallways, private events, and employee-only areas during your visit.
- Sorry, no pets allowed. Our general public spaces allow service animals only. We have a limited number of guest rooms that allow dogs with an approved pet policy agreement.
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7 / BARLOW ROOM & THE CALENDAR OF MOUNTAIN SPORTS
LOCATION: FRONT ENTRANCE GROUND FLOOR LOBBY (RIGHT HALLWAY)
WOOD - IRON - TEXTILES - LIGHTING FIXTURES
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