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Downtown Salem businesses are designated with the city icon.

Marion or Polk Counties

Roy John Designer Goldsmith

Roy has been doing jewelry design for over 45 years. His specialty is creating one of a kind custom pieces with rare metals, stones, gems or from sentimental heirloom pieces.
315 Court St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-363-9807

Salem Art Fair and Festival ~ Photo by Ron Cooper

Held in July. Ranked 20th in the nation and set in picturesque Bush's Pasture Park. Features 200 artists from across the nation, two music stages, food, wine and craft beer.
Bush's Pasture Park
600 Mission St.
Salem, OR 97302
503-581-2228

 
Salem Center

Shop our great anchor lineup with JCPenney, Kohl's and Macy's as well as over 80 specialty stores located downtown Salem.
401 Center St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-364-0495

Salem Golf Club

Salem Golf Club is full of natural beauty including an 18 hole golf course, a driving range and putting greens. The club also offers an outdoor space for hosting events.  
2025 Golf Course Rd. S
Salem, OR 97302
503-363-6652

Salem Orchestra

Salem Orchestra is a local, professional orchestra with a mission to create and connect communities through diverse musical performances and educational outreach.

P.O. Box 946
Salem, OR 97308
503-881-9947

Salem Pacific Railroad Station

500 13th St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
800-USA-RAIL

 

The Salem Philharmonia Orchestra presents symphonic music that inspires, performed in welcoming concert settings, by outstanding musicians from your community.
Performance Location: 
Chemeketa Community College Auditorium
4000 Lancaster Drive NE, Building 6
Salem, OR 97305
971-208-3124 

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 Public Library

Children and families can find fun activities every day at Salem Public Library. Books, events, and activities for children from birth to 18 are offered throughout the year.

Salem Public Library has meeting rooms available for rent to both public and private groups. Rooms vary by size, function and cost. Food service available.
585 Liberty St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
503-588-6315

Salem Saturday Market

April-October from 9 am-3 pm. Fresh, locally produced fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, baked goods, flowers, plants, arts & crafts, foods and plenty of free parking. Come explore, discover and experience our local growers and artisans.
Corner of Summer & Marion Streets NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-585-8264

Knights of Columbus Hall
725 Shipping St. NE (rehearsal location)
Salem, OR 97303
PO Box 717 (mailing)
Salem, OR 97308-0717
971-208-7135

Salem Theatre Network Logo

The STN is an alliance of 13 local theatre companies working together to improve your theatre experience. Follow our Facebook for shows, auditions, and events.
145 Liberty St. NE, Ste 102
Salem, OR 97301
850-445-5843

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
503-910-1606

Salem's Historic Grand

Salem's Historic Grand is a multi-purpose historic landmark that actively contributes to the social, economic, and cultural vitality of downtown Salem, Oregon.
187 High St.
Salem, OR 97301
503-910-1606

Salem's Riverfront Carousel

Old-world style carousel housed in a beautiful building on the banks of the Willamette River in Salem, Oregon. The Salem's Riverfront Carousel Gift Gallery is a great shop filled with fun gifts, decor, toys, baby gifts, hand carved items and more! We offer a range of special occasion renting options for your use. We have packages for both during-hour and after-hour private events. 
101 Front St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-540-0374

Salem's Riverfront Park

With acres of open green space, walking paths, and beautiful views of the Willamette River, this downtown event park is available for group use, concerts, and community festivals. Park: 5 a.m.-midnight; Office: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
200 Water St. NE (downtown Salem)
Salem, OR 97301
503-588-6261

Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Baseball Stadium

The stadium is home to the Single-A short season Salem-Kezier Volcanoes. The stadium, which seats over 4200 fans, includes 11 concession stands, a kid’s playground, a sports bar, a bandstand and 13 luxury box suites.  
6700 Field of Dreams Way    
Keizer, OR 97393    
503-428-5246

Crossing over the scenic Santiam River at two points, this route takes cyclists on country roads winding along farmland and through covered bridges and quaint small towns. There are several parks along the route where visitors can take a break, rest, have a picnic lunch and enjoy the outdoors. 

Santiam Golf Club

18-hole golf course with a driving range, practice green, senior and military discounts, daily or annual memberships, and a pro shop and restaurant on site.
8724 Golf Club Rd.
Aumsville, OR 97325
503-769-3485