Quilt Barn

Quilt Barn Trail


Travel Along the Quilt Barn Trail of Washington County

Do you have a beloved quilt on your bed, in a family chest, or maybe draped over your couch (begging for a cozy reading session)? For many, quilts are part of the very fiber of our homes. Now, the nostalgia and heritage of quilts can be seen throughout the Tualatin Valley with the introduction of the first panels of our very own Quilt Barn Trail of Washington County.

The Quilt Barn Trail is composed of large wood blocks that have been hand-painted in traditional quilt patterns that hold some significance to the area or farm where it is located. See what’s new along the trail >>>

The Quilt Barn Trail highlights Washington County’s agricultural and historical heritage, as well as to create public art and showcase the art of quilting.

Nearly 40 quilt panels have been installed at area farms and agriculture-related businesses. Each panel tells the story of the property owners and their unique relationship to quilting.

See a map of all current quilt barn sites >>>

As you drive from one to the next, imagine each unique panel sewn together as one quilt, representing the rich and diverse heritage of the Tualatin Valley.

Please note that Quilt Barn Trail is meant to be a driving route, and several quilt barns are located on private property, and access may be limited.


Exploring History via Quilt Art

The patterned blocks along the Quilt Barn Trail highlight Tualatin Valley’s agricultural and historical heritage, while creating accessible public art and showcasing the art of quilting.


Quilt Barn Stories

Learn more about the Quilt Barns and the stories behind some of the quilt blocks along the trail.


Quilt Barn & Wine Trail

See the quaint quilt pattern artworks painted on “quilt barns” in the region, while traveling to wineries in the heart of the Tualatin River basin. This two-day tour of the Tualatin Valley countryside begins and ends in the charming city of Forest Grove.