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Fresh produce, nursury stock, fresh flowers, berries, jams and jellies, fresh baked goods and more! This market is open Saturdays mid May through mid October.
1916 to 1960 class 6 and larger trucks, artifacts, drawings, manuals, patent information. These wonderfully restored antique trucks, parts and memorabilia also show the...
Like many pioneering wineries we have a story. Josef the owner and winemaker was born in Hungary and grew up along the shores of Lake Constance in Southern Germany. Josef had wine...
The museum grounds hold an exciting look at times gone by and the power of steam. Powerland was originally established by a group of enthusiasts dedicated to the preservation,...
The Old Aurora Colony Museum offers a variety of museum exhibitions throughout the year, displaying lively displays, artifacts and collections that bring the Colony’s history...
Tools, artifacts, furniture, implements, dishes, riverboats, American Indian artifacts
Indian artifacts, quilts, and hand-work, Oregon's governors wives inaugural gowns, guns and muskets, 1850 Butteville jail, two-room schoolhouse.
Produce, spices, cut flowers Saturdays mid May through mid October.
Oregon history from pre-historic to present; a caboose, speeder car, railroading memorabilia, and exhibits on the daily rituals of pioneer life.
Salem Saturday Market consist of over 300 vendors who specialize in everything from baked bread to beaded jewelry, from organic produce to beautiful fresh cut flowers to gorgeous...
History of Marion County from the Kalapuya Indians to present.
1896 brick woolen mill with attendant machine shop, turbine and other buildings plus mill equipment, archives.