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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St • Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.)
Downtown Eugene Visitor Center: 754 Olive St • Eugene OR (Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 • Eugene OR 97440
Enjoy tax-free shopping at some of the best premiere destinations in the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region. From the largest mall between Portland, Oregon and San Francisco, California, to the oldest weekly open-air crafts festival, this diverse area offers visitors a taste of colorful shops, unique galleries and everything in between. For a shopping excursion in downtown Eugene, visit 5th Street Public Market, featuring local artisans, international cafes, and jazz bars. If you're at the coast, take a stroll down Florence's uncrowded district at the Merchants of Old Town and watch artisans at work, listen to live music, or pause at a shop for regional wine tasting.
A historic festival marketplace located in the heart of Eugene. Home to some of the Pacific Northwest's finest cafés, restaurants, fashion, home furnishings and gift stores. Offering wireless Internet and ample parking. Close to Eugene's cultural amenities.
Springfield's premier indoor shopping destination featuring Cabela's, Target, Ross Dress for Less, Sears, Kohl's and more. Home to more than 80 retail stores, 12 restaurants, a children's play area and a private fitness club. Cinemark Movies 12 shows new releases, and Cinemark 12 shows re-releases, combining for 29 movie screens. Enjoy coffee or lunch in the food court or dine at Chuck E Cheese, Original Roadhouse Grill and Applebee's. Just minutes from Eugene. From I-5, take exit 195A. Plenty of parking and fully accessible.
Oakway Center is the home of Starbucks, Borders Books & Music, Bed Bath & Beyond, Trader Joe's, Talbots, Coldwater Creek, Old Navy, Chico's and other specialty stores.
A one-stop shopping experience offering a diverse collection of fine art, crafts and food. Over 200 booths selling everything from tie-dye to pottery to fairy crowns. If you are looking for a unique treasure, gifts, or a Eugene souvenir, this lively market is the right place to find it! Located on two park blocks in the heart of downtown Eugene with the Eugene farmers' market across the street. Come prepared to shop with your own re-useable bag. Every Saturday, rain or shine, April - October. Moves indoors to Lane Events Center for the Holiday Market, November - December.
The area's premier indoor shopping destination with Macy's, JC Penney, Sports Authority, a spacious food court, family dining and 120 national, regional and local retailers. Both The Duck Store and The Mac store are located here along with mobile phone stores, optometrists, children's stores, clothing and shoe stores. Open Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Amenities include an information desk, children's play area, benches, photobooth and restrooms. Plenty of parking and fully accessible. This is a popular destination for dinner and a movie, shopping and walking.
The Whiteaker Arts District is a vibrant artistic community northwest of downtown Eugene OR. Edgy boutiques, fine-art galleries, a burgeoning brewery district, coffee shops, local eateries and evening hot spots have sprung up along the historic neighborhood's tree-lined streets. Each month the Last Friday ArtWalk showcases the district's eclectic public art and artists' works throughout the area's businesses. "The Whit" is home to Eugene's most popular hostel, urban winemakers, the nationally acclaimed Ninkasi Brewery, live music venues, extraordinary purveyors of coffee, desserts and more.
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