Alton Baker Park
Numerous recreational amenities and facilities may be found at Alton Baker Park. It is Eugene's biggest developed park, which has been a resource for the city since 1959.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Museum of Jordan Schnitzer was founded in 1933. It was constructed without windows to save the valuables inside.
Hult Center for the Performing Arts
The Hult Center's spectacular architectural and acoustical elements have enchanted audiences and well-known artists.
Cascades Raptor Center
Eagles and hawks are among the majestic feathered inhabitants of the Cascades Raptor Center. This nonprofit group restores health to damaged birds. A variety of local birds are visible to visitors.
For the blooming evergreen plant that has thrived in this local community favorite park, Eugene's rhododendron garden provides a great environment.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Through fossils, preserved fauna, and pictures, the Museum of Natural and Cultural History explores the natural and cultural history of the area.
Mount Pisgah Arboretum
The Mount Pisgah Arboretum, which spans 209 acres on the foothills of its namesake mountain, is home to both domestic and foreign tree species.
For a doctor, the Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House was constructed in 1888. Historical attire, furnishings, and relics are used in the interior design to evoke a bygone era.
Eugene Science Center
The Eugene Science Center is a science-themed museum that offers instructive and engaging exhibits for both kids and adults.
Lane County Historical Museum
Items pertaining to Lane County's history and the early settlers are on display at the Lane County Historical Museum in Eugene.
Owen Rose Garden
An important experience at the 8.5-acre Owen Rose Garden is just admiring the vibrant surroundings. The garden has approximately 4,000 distinct roses in at least 400 different kinds.