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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 s

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Things to Do Around Eugene - Springfield

Fill your time before and after the game with wonderful things to do on campus and beyond.


Jordan Schnitzer Throne RoomDuring UO home games the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and the Museum of Natural and Cultural History offer free admission. From an extensive collection of prized Asian art to the world's oldest shoes, the UO museums hold fantastic treasures.

After seeing their impressive collections, explore the community's smaller but excellent museums and galleries


Fall Bike Ride in Eugene by Jamie HooperDuring fall the landscape bursts into deep yellows, browns, bright oranges, reds, burgundies and gold. Oregon is a dramatic fall foliage destination because all the fiery color is framed by a backdrop of lush evergreen. Spot local color all along Alton Baker Park paths to Autzen Stadium. Okay, so there is a predominance of green and yellow, but note an occasional flash of bright orange too!

Recommended leafy spots:

Unique way to tour the colors: Along the Willamette River in a jet boat! Or along the McKenzie on a river rafting trip. 


Brewers Union Local 180 by Todd CooperAmber is not just the color of leaves around here. Enjoy all the autumn hues in a cold, freshly brewed craft beer.

The Willamette Valley is a prime hops and grains growing region. Discover Eugene and Springfield's best breweries along the Eugene Ale Trail.

Visit the Whiteaker neighborhood, home to fermenters, vintners and brewers including the nationally celebrated Ninkasi Brewing Company. Pedal the Pacific Pub Cycle with fourteen of your friends.


High Pass Winery Vineyard, Junction City, Oregon, by Jamie HooperEugene offers half a dozen urban wine bars that make tasting local wines really easy. But it's also convenient and satisfying to visit over a dozen beautiful wineries nearby.

Tour guides can whisk you from one great winery to the next, so you don't have to drive. Many wineries have live music on weekend evenings. 

Oregon wines fly free on Alaska Airlines. Find out more about taking your favorite bottles home.


Hiking the Cascade MountainsWhile out meandering the back country roads, why not try a little interactive sightseeing in the form of geocaching? This modern day pastime is entertaining for all generations. It's also a great way to discover spectacular spots off the beaten track.

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast GeoTour is designed in four distinct editions: McKenzie River, Oakridge/Westfir, Florence and the Willamette Valley. Plan on a few days to complete each edition.

Along with the treasures you locate, this tour showcases: