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Embark on an enchanting two-hour tour with the Segway of Jacksonville. Hop aboard a segway (PT) for a fun-filled ride through history as you glide across historic homes and structures, gardens and the Rogue Valley. Only those who are 14 years and above can take part in this trip. Get to know how to ride the segway before you start your journey. Whether it is your first time or one of the many, you can be sure of a memorable time.
Jacksonville Historic District is a must visit sites in the city, especially for those with a keen inclination for all things vintage. A designated Historic Landmark, this is a good spot for a look into the city's rich past. Peppered with several vintage buildings, culture centers, parks and historic landmarks, everything about this spot is perfect for an old-fashioned evening stroll.
Enjoying a beautiful outdoor location amidst a lush canopy of trees, Britt Performance Garden is an excellent event venue for hosting private events. A treat to visit during the summer months, Britt Performance Garden hosts weddings, company events, events of celebratory nature, social gatherings and much more. Apart from that, being acoustically endowed, it is also a preferred venue for hosting outdoor concerts and festivals. Bring chairs, blankets, and a picnic to the enjoy live entertainment under the sky.
Britt Pavilion is one of the important venues of Jacksonville and it hosts variety of entertaining events on a regular basis. Music festivals, concerts, shows and the list of events held here is endless. Modern sound and lighting equipments and facilities like parking, make it one of the most sought after venues. While you are in town, do drop-in here and enjoy spectacular performances.
Crater Rock Museum in Central Point renowned for being the home to the West Coast's finest rock collection. The museum displays several artifacts such as petrified wood, Native American objects, fossils, minerals and many more. Apart from the exhibit areas, the museum also houses a gift shop and provides facilities for events.
Bear Creek Greenway is a lengthy biking and hiking path running parallel to Bear Creek. The 17.9-mile (28.8 kilometer) asphalt path makes its way through Medford, Phoenix and Talent, and is peppered with scenic sites along the way. While the trail is split down the middle, to allow two-way traffic, it is inaccessible to motorized vehicles. This is also considered to be one of the most challenging biking courses in the area, with a number of blind corners, sharp turns and rough surfaces.