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|From the first discovery of gold along the McKenzie River to the iconic Heceta Head Lighthouse signaling ships just north of Florence, Oregon is awash in history. |
Take a walking tour of old towns dense with architecturally and historically significant buildings dating back to the 1850s. Tour the region's many of covered bridges. Explore the University of Oregon campus and nearby cemeteries.
Tromp through Dorris Ranch, Springfield's unique living history farm - the oldest working hazelnut (filbert) farm in the country. Local museums and antique shops are chock full of historical mementos from Oregon's diverse cultural history.
The nation's oldest commercial filbert (hazelnut) farm in continuous operation, Dorris Ranch is also a public park with a pioneer cabin and Native American plank house. MORE >>
The East Skinner Butte Historic Landmark Area includes 24 buildings of architectural and historic significance, dating from the 1850's to the 1920's. One of the features MORE >>
An iconic lighthouse built in 1892 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The most photographed lighthouse in the U.S. Visit the beatiful beach cove MORE >>
Visit the national historic district of Coburg. Located just 8 miles north of Eugene and Springfield this community offers a view of the past with historic homes and a MORE >>
The only Nobel Peace park in the U.S. honoring American Nobel Peace Laureates is being constructed in Eugene. Low walls, serene alcoves and a flowing path through a MORE >>
The Washburne Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Historic District was established in 1985 and is named for C.W. Washburne who MORE >>