Map Salem Oregon US for Printing

Salem, Oregon, is known for its rich history and has several historic attractions, streets, and squares that reflect its past. 

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Here is a detailed description of some of the historic attractions and notable areas in Salem:

  1. Oregon State Capitol:
    • The Oregon State Capitol is a significant landmark and the seat of Oregon’s state government.
    • The current Capitol building, completed in 1938, is known for its Art Deco architecture. It houses the Oregon Legislative Assembly and other state offices.
    • Visitors can explore the Capitol Mall surrounding the building, which features monuments and memorials.
  2. Bush House Museum:
    • The Bush House Museum, located in the Bush’s Pasture Park, is a historic home that belonged to the prominent Bush family.
    • The museum showcases the Victorian lifestyle of the late 1800s and early 1900s, with period furnishings and artifacts.
  3. Deepwood Museum and Gardens:
    • Deepwood is a historic home surrounded by beautiful gardens, representing the Queen Anne and Colonial Revival architectural styles.
    • The house and gardens are open to the public, offering a glimpse into the city’s early 20th-century lifestyle.
  4. Willamette Heritage Center:
    • Formerly known as the Mission Mill Museum, this center preserves the history of the Willamette Valley.
    • The site includes historic homes, water-powered mills, and other structures that provide insight into Oregon’s agricultural and industrial past.
  5. Historic Districts:
    • Salem has several historic districts, such as the Court-Chemeketa Historic District and the North Capitol Mall Historic District, where you can find well-preserved buildings from different periods.
  6. Historic Streets and Squares:
    • State Street: State Street is one of the main thoroughfares in Salem and features a mix of historic and modern buildings, offering a glimpse into the city’s evolution.
    • Marion Square Park: This park in downtown Salem is a green space with historic significance, surrounded by buildings that add to its charm.
  7. Union Street Railroad Bridge:
    • The Union Street Railroad Bridge is a historic bridge that spans the Willamette River. Originally a railroad bridge, it is now a pedestrian and bicycle bridge offering scenic views.
  8. Pioneer Cemetery:
    • The Pioneer Cemetery is one of Salem’s oldest cemeteries, dating back to the mid-1800s. It serves as the final resting place for many of the city’s early settlers.

When exploring Salem’s historic attractions, you can also visit local historical societies and museums for additional insights into the region’s past. Always check for the latest information and possible updates to these attractions.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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