Founded in 1962, the Linn County Museum is located in the historic town of Brownsville, Oregon. Locally known as the Brownsville Historic Pioneer Museum, the Museum highlights exhibiting the lives and culture of Native Americans and pioneer settlers of Linn County, Oregon. Interestingly, the Museum features several priceless artifacts and well-preserved exhibits displayed in Brownsville’s original railroad depot and six Southern Pacific railroad cars. Visitors are often excited to see the original covered wagon in a vintage form.
Take a tour around the Moyer House, built in 1881, and marvel at the amazing artwork done in this 3000-square-foot (278 square meters)home. The house features two bedrooms, a music room, a ladies' parlor, a dining room, and a large kitchen. This is a unique and significant residence in the history of Oregon architecture. Tours to this house museum are available to the public on weekends. Tickets are available at the Linn County Historical Museum.
Ensconced amidst the scenic environs of the Willamette Valley, the Tyee Wine Cellars is a popular vineyard estate that boasts of a suitable climate, rich soil and top-class production techniques for manufacturing premium quality wines. The estate has carved a niche for itself in the wine industry for producing the best quality Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and Chardonnay. Check website for more details.
The city of Albany has an impressive and enchanting history which is at par with its architectural and cultural lineage. At the Albany Visitors Association, travelers can get an account of all that this city has on offer.