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Summer is the driest and the busiest time in the US state of Oregon. For the nature lovers, spring is the best time to visit Oregon as this season brings new growth to vegetation and blooming wildflowers. Winter is an excellent time to visit for those who like to explore the state in serenity and seclusion.

Popular Tourist Destinations in Oregon

Brownsville

Brownsville is a beautiful community located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. This town features a historical downtown area boasting historic buildings and a beautiful park. Another must-see attraction in Brownsville is the Moyer House, which is an Italian villa-style home that is now used as a historic house museum.

Florence

Florence is a beautiful town in the US state of Oregon. The town boasts a plethora of scenic views both forest and oceanic. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore the miles of sand dunes within the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area and can also hike to the Heceta Head Lighthouse. Florence also boasts a vibrant Historic Old Town that is home to restaurants, art galleries, antiques, and boutiques.

Jacksonville

Jacksonville is a National Historic Landmark town with a past rooted in the gold rush. The town is home to more than 100 buildings that are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Therefore, the town is ideal for the history buffs. One can roam through the neighborhoods to enjoy the beauty of Victorian-style homes and can also visit the lovely brick and wooden buildings that line the streets of the downtown. Nature lovers can enjoy hiking some of the Jacksonville’s Woodland Trails.

Popular Festivals in Oregon

Portland Jazz Festival (Mid-Feb)

Held in mid-Feb, Portland Jazz Festival lasts for ten days and takes place in a number of places across Portland. This festival is recognized as one of the most important jazz festivals in the USA. In Portland Jazz Festival, international and local musicians play a wide range of jazz styles. This festival also celebrates Black History Month, which is an annual remembrance of important events in the history of African Americans.

Newport Seafood & Wine Festival

Newport Seafood & Wine Festival is an annual festival offering samplings from many of Oregon’s 200 wineries. It also offers dozens of food booths with local seafood specialties prepared by some of the finest chefs in the West. Visitors can also enjoy shows of artists from around the Northwest showcasing a variety of arts and crafts. It is a three-day event held in the last full weekend in February.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) is one of the oldest and largest professional nonprofit theatres in the country. Every year, Oregon Shakespeare Festival presents an eight-and-a-half-month season of eleven plays in three theatres along with a number of ancillary activities.