Watts House Pioneer Museum: The Watts Family home was built by J.G. Watts in 1902 and remained a family home until 1976. The Scappoose Historical Society then established the Watts Museum in the upstairs bedroom area, and the main floor housed Scappoose City Hall, before moving to the current location. The Museum is maintained by the Scappoose Historical Society and features items of Scappoose’s Heritage. Some items include a shawl worn by Elizabeth Matilda Nessley Watts, (J.G. Watts’ mother) when she traveled the Oregon Trail by wagon train, wooden yokes used on oxen teams, and other early history artifacts.
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Watts House lights up for the Holidays. Tours, Small Private Functions, and Tea Parties.