1190 West 6th Avenue, Eugene, OR, US, 97402

  • Phone: (541) 342-7273
  • Fax: (541) 743-2312
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  • Attractions

    »Ninkasi Brewing Company

    Starting off has a humble microbrewery in 2006, Ninkasi gained fame for its consistently good beers, that is distributed in a number of states. Some of their popular brews include the Total Domination IPA (their first) as well as the Tricerahops Double IPA. Brewery tours are conducted throughout the week, taking visitors through the brewing process. The Tasting Room, with its leafy patio is a popular place to sample their brews. A changing schedule of food trucks offers diverse options. Check website for more.

    272 Van Buren Street
    Eugene, OR 97402

    »Territorial Vineyards & Wine Company

    Open to the public for tastings, imbibings, and sales on Friday and Saturday from 2 to 7 and by appointment, the Territorial Vineyards & Wine Company offers a nice selection of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Gris from their state of the art winemaking facility.

    907 West Third Avenue
    Eugene, Oregon 97402

    »Eugene Wine Cellars

    Having had their Pendarvine Pinot Noir chosen for the International Pinot Noir Celebration, Eugene Wine Cellars has become the premier vineyard in the area specializing in Willamette Valley Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris from Yamhill, Marion, Washington, Clackamas, and Benton-Lane Counties.

    255 Madison Street
    Eugene, Oregon 97402

    »Owen Memorial Rose Garden

    This garden features over 4,500 roses of over 400 varieties and other ornamental plants on nine acres.

    300 North Jefferson
    Eugene, Oregon 97401

    »The Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House

    Standing tall amongst beautiful pine trees, flower beds and meadows is the Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House that was built in 1888. Perched on a hill, the house is named after the three families who resided there and is a pristine spectacle with green facades built in Queen Anne-style Victorian architecture. Today the house is open to the public and also offer rental space for weddings, club meetings, family parties, dinners and so on. To known more on this eclectic building, you can their tours that cater to its history, occupants and so on.

    303 Willamette Street
    Eugene, OR 97401

    »First Christian Church

    The First Christian Church located just at the corner of the 12th and the Oak street, originated as early as 1911. One of the great features of the church are the beautiful stained glass windows which are found all over this historic building. The bell tower, the Deagan chimes and the many antiques in the church add to the old world charm of the place. The church is where the city's faithfuls go for divine intervention. This church has a number of programmes like youth fellowship and music programmes as well as educational programmes for people of all age groups.

    1166 Oak Street
    Eugene, OR 97401

    »Willamette National Forest

    The Cascade Range region of Oregon is bestowed with the Willamette National Forest. The national forest site was established in the year 1933, and is an enthralling destination for tourists all over. It is home to an array of streams and rivers that flow along the forest, and the lovely flora and fauna further add to its scenic beauty.

    211 East 7th Avenue
    Eugene, OR 97401

    »Gamma Phi Beta Sorority House

    Gamma Phi Beta Sorority House is located in Eugene, Oregon, United States. This splendid landmark was built in 1926 by architects Hunzicker & Gerow in the Tudor Revival style. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 24, 1991.

    1021 Hilyard Street
    Eugene, OR 97401

    »Villard Hall

    Nestled in the sprawling campus of the University of Oregon, the Villard Hall was constructed in 1886. It is named after a German immigrant who went on to become Northern Pacific Railroad's President and also headed the General Electric Company. In 1972, this historical landmark that was designed by Warren H. Williams, featured in the list of National Historic Landmarks.

    East 11th Avenue
    Eugene, OR 97401

    »Eugene Pioneer Cemetery

    Known as the largest cemetery, the Eugene Pioneer Cemetery is a cemetery that comprises of 16 acres of land and consists of almos 5000 burials. This place is filled with greenary around with trees and plants, this is an amazing place to visit for an evening walk. Also known for it's serene atmosphere this place is the best to mourn for the lost loved ones.

    18th Avenue and University Street
    Eugene, OR 97403

    »Wayne Morse Farm

    Erected and established in 1936, the Wayne Morse Farm is a monumental site in the Eugene region of the U.S. State of Oregon. Its historical significance originates due to the fact that it was the home to Wayne Morse who was a prominent U.S. Senator. The site stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places. It is inclusive of the Morse house and its lovely surroundings.

    595 Crest Drive
    Eugene, OR 97405

    »Eugene Masonic Cemetery

    Built in 1859, the Eugene Masonic Cemetery is one of the historic landmarks of Eugene. Though initially, it belonged to the Masonic Lodge No.11, later it was taken over by the Eugene Masonic Cemetery Association. The association chose to retain the word 'Masonic' so as to highlight the cemetery's history. Another highlight of this cemetery is the Hope Abbey Mausoleum; both the cemetery as well as the mausoleum is placed in the National Register of Historic Places.

    25th Avenue & University Street
    Eugene, OR 97405
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