Plan on visiting the Albany area? Need something to do? Check out some of the great things Albany has to offer:
Albany’s Historic Carousel and Museum: Watch volunteer wood-carvers bring a hand-crafted carousel to life.
Thompson’s Mill: Visit a historic water-powered flour mill, lovingly restored and now a designated state heritage site.
Monteith House Museum: Explore the most authentically restored pioneer-era home in Oregon.
Albany’s Regional Museum: Discover Albany’s history at the Albany Regional Museum, housed in a building dating from 1887.
Linn County Historical Museum: Tour a historical museum housed in an authentic railroad depot and six Southern Pacific boxcars.
Water Park: Cool off or bask in the sun at Albany’s COOL! Pool, featuring water slides, spray features, and a zero-depth entry.
Pix Theatre: Watch a movie at Albany’s downtown movie theater, in a building from the 1890s. Enjoy a local microbrew or wine at shows after 7 p.m.
Albany Civic Theater: Albany’s active local theater company stages full-scale theatrical productions year-round.
The Heritage Mall: Shop for your favorite brands at Albany’s Heritage Mall, featuring Target, Old Navy, Sears, Famous Footwear and more.
If you’re looking for a place to lay your head, Albany will provide the pillow.
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Take a step back in time with Albany’s four unique historic districts. The Downtown Commercial District features buildings still in use today that date from the 1880s. The Monteith and Hackleman districts are filled with lovingly-preserved churches and over 700 historic homes. The Albany Municipal Airport was the first airport in Oregon to be named to the National Register of Historic Places.
Take a tour of Oregon’s covered Bridges, 51 in total located throughout western Oregon, each with their own individual beauty and history.