Willamette Valley Attractions


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Fir Point Farms in Aurora
A family-owned business since 1997 which has in the past focused on sandwiches, catering and quality food, has expanded into agri-tourism.  
Newell House in St. Paul
On a hillside west of the entrance to Champoeg State Heritage Area, above the banks of the Willamette River, stands the home of Robert Newell.
Reed Opera House in SalemBauman Farms, which has been around since the 1800s, not only grows fresh flowers and vegetables, but also becomes a huge playground during the harvest.
Reed Opera House in SalemFamily Fun Center in Wilsonville
Sitting next to Interstate 5, it’s hard to miss it, with its miniature golf castle, batting cages, go-cart race track and a rock climbing wall you can see from the highway.
Reed Opera House in SalemReed Opera House in Salem
Walking into the Reed Opera House in downtown Salem is like stepping into a different time.
Antique PowerlandAntique Powerland
For any over testosteroned, red-blooded American male, any place called “powerland” has got to be heaven. Add in some history and learning, and it’s a place that is great for a family stop or a day of exploring.
Oregon Gardens of EdenOregon Gardens of Eden
Whether you enjoy just walking through gardens, the activity of gardening or are an armchair gardener, you’ll find plenty of inspiration when you visit the region’s public gardens.
Salem A City with Diverse AppealSalem A City with Diverse Appeal
This Eden-like region is filled with diverse venues and attractions that appeal to a wide range of travel interests. The city and its surrounding area hold undeniable appeal.
MT Angel Abbey & Seminary in St. BenedictMT Angel Abbey & Seminary in St. Benedict
Enjoya serene setting which provides a stunning view of four volcanoes, the foothills of the Cascades, and a great chunk of verdant, Willamette Valley farmland.
Gordon House in Silveton at the Oregon Garden

Gordon House in Silveton at the Oregon Garden
The state's only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house originally occupied a scenic setting on the south side of the Willamette River, near the Charbonneau development in Wilsonville.

The Lowell Covered Bridge is a bridge crossing the Willamette River outside of Lowell, Oregon. The original bridge was built in 1907 and it was rebuilt in 1945, and rehabilitated in 2006.
Heirloom Roses in St. Paul
The 31 acre farm has lovely gardens with 3,000 different varieties of roses in a 5-acre public viewing area.
Tollen Farm in Wilsonville
From unique and quirky art, to home décor, garden items, farm animals and antiques, the farm is a great way to take home something from the Willamette Valley that is one-of-a-kind.
The Butteville Store in Aurora is great for an afternoon lunch or even just a quick stop to learn about history of this once very busy town.
Enchanted ForestThe Enchanted Forest features everything from a western town to a fantasy fountain light show on a 20-acre hill south of Salem.
Oregon GardenOregon Garden in Silverton
Huge logs frame the entrance to what is more than just an average backyard garden – this garden represents the state.
Salem Area's Recreational SecretsSalem Area's Recreational Secrets
Salem is known for state government, unique historic museums, award-winning wineries and beautiful gardens.
Oktoberfest in Mt. AngelOktoberfest in Mt. Angel is more than just a celebration of German culture - it's one of Oregon's longest festivals and has become more family friendly with each year.
Silver Falls State Park, something for any length of staySilver Falls State Park, something for any length of stay
Whether you are looking for a quick day trip, to hold a conference or an extended camping trip, Silver Falls State Park offers something for any length of stay.
How Green is My Eugene?How Green is My Eugene?
The answer is as green as green can be, as our writer discovers on a tour of Oregon’s most environmentally conscious city