- Our list of the best things to do in Albany, Oregon, features the top 80 nearby activities — including 42 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Albany, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Albany, OR , followed by 60 popular activities in nearby cities, including Salem, Corvallis, Keizer and Welches
Initiated in 2004, the Historic Carousel and Museum is one-step closer to creating a world classe carousel complex in the downtown area of Albany. Once done, the carousel will hold at least 52 hand carved and hand painted animal menagerie.
The Childers' Raspberry Farm is a family-run u-pick raspberry farm offering seasonal picking of three varieties of raspberries: Meekers, Cascade Delights and Saanich. Raspberry recipes and tour of a raspberry picking machine are available upon request.
A restful and peaceful park by day and a throbbing and music-filled concert park by night—that is how to describe Monteith Park. It is centrally located in Albany and is a perfect spot for a picnic while at night the city hosts free concerts here.
With fresh local produce, the 4 Seasons Farmers Market offers both seasonal fruits, vegetables, and other produce. Specialty goods available include candies, frozen meats, dried goods, and gluten free baking ingredients and crackers.
As a family run operation, Springhill Cellars offers a complimentary tasting room experience. The most recognized wine produced here is the Pinot Noir, which won 'Best in Show' at theÂ Oregon State Fair Commercial Wine Competition.
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5432 Pacific Boulevard SW, Albany, OR 97321 MoreLess Info
The Cosmic Lounge/Lakeshore Lanes is a combination bar within a bowling alley. The site also offers live entertainment in the lounge on select nights in addition to an on-site miniature golf course.
The Takena Landing Park features a 3.5 mile trail that is suitable for both hiking and mountain biking. Although the location's brushes are tall, runners and bikers who visit the site can stay cool during the summer months.