This very popular walk presents a glimpse into Lebanon’s past as we visit several of the interesting historical buildings in the downtown area of Lebanon.
This year’s walk includes a tour of the Wells Fargo Building, originally the Lebanon National Bank, built in 1910. You’ll see the original bank vaults, the second floor board room that overlooks Main Street, and the bomb shelter in the basement. We’ll also visit an upstairs apartment under construction on Main Street, and walk by two former Lebanon hospitals and talk about their history.
Jeff Smith, local historian, will be the tour guide.
Build Lebanon Trails would like to thank the following organizations for cosponsoring this event:
Question about the event?
We’ll leave promptly at 2 pm, but sign up early at our booth in Ralston Park to use one of our whisper listening devices so you don’t miss any of the walk leader’s great lecture.
Parking downtown may take more time than usual because of the other festivities in the park.
Restrooms are available at the park.
Dogs on leash are welcome but may not be allowed to go inside structures.
Where to meet
Meet at the BLT booth near the gazebo in Ralston Park.