1212 SE Price Road
Albany, OR 97322
Phone: (541) 926-0170
Fax: (541) 928-2406
The Jefferson Methodist Church is a beautiful historic church that is spread over 0.5 acres (0.20 hectares) of land. This beauty was built and designed in the Classic Revival stly of architecture. The church welcomes the people of all ages to join in and worship the Lord. This historic church is standing still since 1871 and has been added onto the register of National Historic Places since the year 1980.
The Oregon State Hospital is psychiatric hospital built in 1862. The hospital is a 620 bed facility run by the state. The grand architecture of the hospital building is eye-catching.
The capital of Oregon, Salem is a vibrant city located in and the county seat of the Marion County. Blessed with an idyllic natural backdrop, the city lies in the heart of the Willamette Valley, along the Willamette River. A city that is rich in history, Salem as a settlement first saw Native American residents of the Kalapuyan tribe, and many centuries later, around 1812, it saw the arrival of European settlers. The city was established in 1842 and it received the capital status in 1851. An economic and tourism hub, Salem has a lot to offer the discerning traveler, with several attractions placed around the city, and cultural events like the annual World Beat Festival and the annual Salem Art Fair being held here. To know more, do see the website.
Broadway Commons is a coffee shop located in the city of Salem. They have a conference room which they rent out for special events and meetings. You can conduct your business meetings at this spot with a hot cup of coffee to pep up the conversations and discussions.
The name ‘Sweet Home’ brings to mind, for most people, the city in Alabama, glorified by the Lynyrd Skynyrd classic song. However, this Oregon city has its own charm, and has a lot to offer a discerning traveler. First called home by the Kalapuyan tribe, the town’s European settlers arrived around 1851, and the city was incorporated in 1893. Today, Sweet Home, OR, is a bustling city, and home to several festivals like the Oregon Jamboree and Mountain Mud Festival. So, this ‘Gateway to the Santiam Playground’, set in an idyllic spot surrounded with several lakes and rivers, is definitely a must-see for an inquisitive traveler.