Albany Historic Carousel & Museum
Visit Historic Albany, Oregon where our talented community has volunteered over 152,000 recorded hours to create something magical! Join us as we carve and paint our way into carousel history, as well as into the hearts and imagination of all that visit our studio.
Albany Regional Museum
Visiting the Albany Regional Museum is a great way to spend the afternoon! Learn about local history, view artifacts and discover some fun in downtown Albany! The Albany Regional Museum was established in 1980 and was located in the basement of the Carnegie Library before moving to it’s current location: 2nd and Lyon, the area formerly known as “Chinatown.”)
Albany Civic Theater
ACT is an all-volunteer, non-profit community theater that takes pride in producing a year-round season of top-quality comedies, dramas and musicals chosen to appeal to a wide range of audience tastes, and to provide exciting creative opportunities for local actors, technicians and theater lovers.
The Monteith House stands today as a carefully restored memorial to our pioneer ancestors and the spirit that brought them to Oregon. This 1849 house-museum is said to be the most authentically restored Pioneer Era home in Oregon and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Albany Indoor Park
Infants, Toddlers, Preschool and Kindergarten age children are invited to play. Bring your little ones and watch them go, go, go and they run through the gym playing with a variety of toys and meeting new friends. We have climbing structures, step 2 roller coaster, railway track, baby dolls, play kitchens, buggies, trikes, wagons and more.
Hoffman Covered Bridge
This covered bridge spans Crabtree Creek one mile northeast of the town of Crabtree. Both the town and the creek were named for John Crabtree, who settled in the area in 1845.
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