Plan Your Visit: Attractions
The Pacific Northwest's Premier Art & Wine Festival, annually on July 4th weekend.
Alton Baker Park, Eugene
International artists perform in the exquisite acoustics of the UO's Beall Concert Hall, produced jointly by the Oregon Bach Festival and the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance.
Beall Hall, UO campus, Eugene
Within the walls of the Historic Fifth Street Public Market you'll find a colorful collection of shops, restaurants, and an artisan gallery room.
296 East Fifth Avenue, Eugene
Atmospheric location of OBF concerts, and home of the Jacobs Gallery.
7th & Willamette Streets, Eugene
See. Think. Do. The University of Oregon institution has galleries featuring American, European, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese art.
UO Campus, Eugene
Oldest winery in Southern Willamette Valley; also operates a Wine Bar & Bistro at 5th Street Market.
89697 Sheffler Road, Elmira
Eugene's premier shopping experience located in the heart of Eugene.
Coburg Rd and Oakmont Way, Eugene
Set in picturesque Ashland, the Tony Award-winning festival is among the oldest and largest professional non-profit theatres in the nation, with over 700 annual performances.
15 S. Pioneer Street, Ashland
The oldest weekly open air crafts market in the US, rain or shine every Saturday, downtown, also with Farmer's Market.
8th and Oak Streets, Eugene
Your guide to the wonderful wineries of the Valley, with information on tours, tasting rooms, and special events.
Step into the past, learn about the present, and contemplate the future.
1680 East 15th Ave., Eugene
Complete guide to activities and attractions.