Downtown Salem businesses are designated with the city icon.

Marion or Polk Counties

Pacific NW Truck Museum

Located at Powerland Heritage Park. Over 75 trucks from 1899 to 2009 on display. Biggest collection of antique trucks on the West Coast. 
3995 Brooklake Rd. NE
Brooks, OR

Polk County Courthouse

This 1899 distinctive structure is the third building, replacing the wooden courthouse destroyed by fire in 1898. Guided tours Mon.- Fri., 8am-5pm.
Downtown Courthouse Square
850 Main St.
Dallas, OR  97338
503-623-6251 or 503-623-2564

Polk County Historical Society & Museum

Enjoy 14,000 square feet of remarkable displays and artifacts, including historic maps and unique exhibits on logging, agriculture, pioneer town sites and the Kalapuya tribe.
560 S Pacific Hwy.
Rickreall, OR 97371

Powerland Heritage Park- Home of the Great Oregon Steam-Up- last weekend in July & first weekend in August

15 heritage museums celebrating the machines and technology that powered Oregon agriculture, logging, transportation and more from 1800’s to 1940’s. Open April – September. 
3995 Brooklake Rd. NE
Brooks, OR 97303

Ritner Creek Covered Bridge

The bridge has Gothic windows, a cedar shake roof and is the only remaining structure of its type in Polk County.
Located a few miles south of Dallas on Hwy. 223 (King Valley Hwy.), near the community of Pedee.
503-581-4325 or 800-874-7012

Salem Pacific Railroad Station

500 13th St. SE
Salem, OR 97301

Salem Pioneer Cemetery

Founded in 1854, this is the burial place of Oregon government leaders and others making up Salem's diverse, vibrant society in its early days.
2201 Commercial St. S
Salem, OR 97302

Salem's Historic Grand

Originally built in 1900, it has been listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places since 1988. The theater building was also known as the IOOF Temple.
187 High St.
Salem, OR 97301

Brown House

The 1903 Charles and Martha Brown House was exceptional when it was built. During the 1920s and 30s the house served as Stayton's first hospital. In 2002 the house was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
425 N. First Ave. 
Stayton, OR 97383

Silverton Historic Walking Tour

Come discover historic Silverton, founded in 1854. Over 15 residences, businesses and churches are included in this walking tour.
Silverton Chamber of Commerce
426 S Water St.
PO Box 257 (mailing)
Silverton, OR 97381

The Stayton-Jordan Covered Bridge

Patterned after the Jordan Bridge, which spanned Thomas Creek, east of Scio; it was moved to Pioneer Park in 1988, but burned in 1994. Now beautifully rebuilt. Take 1st Ave. to Marion St. Open year-round to the public for sightseeing, picnicking, and weddings.
Stayton, OR 97383

Union Street Railroad Pedestrian & Bicycle Bridge

Salem's historic Union Street Railroad Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge provides a half-mile link between two large urban parks connecting trails and a family friendly network of sights.
Salem's Riverfront Park
Front Street
Salem, OR 97301
503-581-4325 or 800-874-7012

Willamette Heritage Center

Explore the past at Salem’s American treasure. Tour the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill and the oldest timber-frame structures in the state on our five-acre campus.
1313 Mill St. SE
Salem, OR 97301

Court-Chemeketa Residential Historic District

East of the State Capitol along Court and Chemeketa Streets
800-874-7012 or 503-588-6173
Houses within the district are not open to the public. Please respect the privacy of the residents within the district.

Gaiety Hollow ~ Gaiety Hill/Bush's Pasture Park Historic District

Roughly bounded by Pringle Creek and Mission Street on the north, Deepwood Museum & Gardens and Bush's Pasture Park on the east, Cross Street on the south, and High and Liberty Streets on the west.
800-874-7012 or 503-588-6173. Refer to the listings for Bush House Museum and Deepwood Museum & Gardens for hours of operation.  Please respect the privacy of the residents within the district.

Historic Downtown Salem

Visitors appreciate historic downtown's beautiful architecture, mix of delicious eateries, unique shops, art galleries, salons, and major department stores.