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  • 1 Hult Center for the Performing Arts Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 Eugene Ctr USA - Eugene, OR 97401

    The dramatic, multi-peaked Hult Center (1982) stands out as a performance venue, civic space and major work of architecture, designed by New York architect Norman Pfeiffer and the local firm of Lutes Amundson. Critics have called the Hult "unque..

  • 2 Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Johnson Ln USA - Eugene, OR 97403

    Another architectural masterpiece on campus, the museum of art (1932) is a fantasy of intricate brickwork listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Worthy of such a striking building, the art objects inside number more than 8,000. Most impr..

  • 3 Alton Baker Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    632 Day Island Rd USA - Eugene, OR 97401

    Largest and wildest of the many parks that provide verdant oases in Eugene's urban core, the 143-acre haven offers a natural blend of riverfront lined with cottonwoods and willows, grassy meadows favored by meadowlarks and butterflies, and woods of i..

  • 4 Museum of Natural History Interesting

    Museums and art

    1680 E. 15th Ave. USA - Eugene, OR 97401

    Most of the exhibit space here is devoted to indigenous peoples. Exhibits on Northwest Indians include local Kalapuya artifacts, such as projectile points, and items from ancient regional residents that include pairs of 9,000-year-old sagebrush sanda..

  • 5 Owen Rose Garden Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    300 N. Jefferson St. USA - Eugene, OR 97402

    At this 8.5-acre riverfront park more than 4,500 roses representing some 300 varieties bloom along curving paths. Visitors can savor the sights and smells of both old-fashioned and modern roses with such evocative names as Rio Samba, Patrician and Pl..

  • 6 University of Oregon Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    1227 University St USA - Eugene, OR 97403

    Graced by more than 400 species of trees, the largest university in the state maintains a peaceful central campus, with limited car traffic; bicycle and foot travel are the rule here. Deady Hall (1876), the university's first building, still stands; ..

  • 7 Willamette Science and Technology Center Interesting

    Museums and art

    2300 Leo Harris Pkwy. USA - Eugene, OR 97401

    Known to locals and visitors alike as "Wistec," this science center has been stimulating the imaginations of children (and adults) since 1961. The small facility changes its theme every few months, covering subjects from forests to atomic p..

  • 8 Fifth Street Public Market

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    296 East Fifth Avenue USA - Eugene, OR 97401

    Locals and visitors alike meet at this former feed mill to lunch, people-watch and just hang out. The market's labyrinth of galleries, specialty shops and cafes are anchored by an open-air atrium and central courtyard. Musicians, artists and acrobats..

  • 9 Skinner Butte Park

    Nature and gardens

    2nd Ave. and High St. USA - Eugene, OR 97401

    Part of the original claim of Eugene Skinner, who Butte occupies a central position along the Willamette River. Visitors can drive to the top of the butte for expansive views of Eugene and the Willamette Valley all the way east to the Cascades and we..

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