Housed in one of gold-rush Jacksonville's early permanent structures, the Jacksonville Inn perpetuates the nostalgic romances of that era. Built in 1861, the walls of the dining area and lounge were built of locally quarried sandstone, and specks of gold are still visible in the mortar. The town is the first in America to be named a National Historic Landmark, and Jacksonville has preserved its 19th Century charm.
Nunan House is a remarkable landmark in the small town of Jacksonville, Oregon. Famed as one of the most photographed buildings in Jacksonville, Nunan House was owned by one of the town's Irish pioneers Jeremiah Nunan, and his wife between 1891 – 92. The house was designed by an architect -George Franklin Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. This victorian home is now a historical hotel where you can spend one night.