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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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Main Street

This historic hub in downtown Springfield is attracting increasing interest from visitors. Always a prime antiquing district, a popular nucleus for art from murals to workshops and a rewarding visit for the history buff; Springfield's Main Street is now anchored by an excellent and popular craft brewery.

Loosely bounded by Second and Eighth Streets and close to bike paths, the Main Street strip offers unique shops, eateries, a museum, art gallery and a performing arts venue. The Willamette River wraps around Main Street to the west and then runs parallel to the south.

Booth Kelly Trailhead on the Mill Race Path in Springfield by Colin Morton
Follow the scenic bike paths along the river and through the parks to historic downtown Springfield… More Info

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Haven Gift Shop by Mikayle StoleMain Street is where you'll find unique gifts and uncommon stores from antiques and shappy chic to consignment jewelry and clothing fashions. There is a drop-in sewing room and fabric store, a comic book collectibles store and even a "painting party" studio where wine is paired with art instruction. 

At the Springfield Museum learn about Springfield's pioneer, lumber, farming and brewing roots. It may surprise you that Springfield is also the former home of Ken Kesey, author of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest;" the site where Nike shoes were first developed, and "the real" Springfield portrayed in The Simpson's TV show

"Express Yourself" Mural Painted by A3 by Colin MortonPublic art is plentiful in Springfield. Along with the pop culture murals featuring The Simpsons and Kesey, there are many colorful and interesting historic vignettes along Main Street. Download the self-guided walking tour of the area's murals.

Main Street Highlights

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Emerald Art Center

  • 500 Main St, Springfield OR 97477
  • P: 541.726.8595
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Plank Town Brewing Company

  • 346 Main St, Springfield OR 97477
  • P: 541.746.1890
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Richard E. Wildish Community Theater

  • 630 Main St, Springfield OR 97477
  • P: 541.868.0689
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Springfield Museum

  • 590 Main St, Springfield OR 97477
  • P: 541.726.2300
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"Official Simpsons Mural" by Matt Groening

  • 500 Main St, Springfield OR 97478
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"Ken Kesey" Mural

  • 4th & Main St (Odd Fellows Building), Springfield OR 97477
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Memo's Mexican Restaurant

  • 737 Main St, Springfield OR 97477
  • P: 541.747.8617
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The Washburne Café

  • 326 Main St, Springfield OR 97477
  • P: 541.746.7999
Just Off Main Street

Connecting with the Middle Fork Path, this bike path flows right into downtown Springfield.

A collection of local vendors offer up craft beer and fresh dining options.

Visit the beautiful and historic filbert farm bordering the Willamette River.

View working class homes prior to the 1940s. Architectural styles include bungalow and colonial.

A beautiful riverfront park featuring an ampitheater, picnic shelters and playground.

Ride the carousel at Roaring Rapids Pizza Company or play putt golf at Camp Putt.