Brownsville Community Partners

The City of Brownsville has a lot to offer. From sightseeing to shopping, restaurants, and more. Take the time to visit and enjoy some local flavors and scenery.

Local stores are open for business and happy to help during your stay at the Festival. Whether you’re looking for supplies and equipment or just a little fun—you can find it here!

Oregon Lamb

Anderson Ranches … naturally grown Oregon lamb. Oregon lamb is a delicious lean, tender and protein-rich meat. A product of a humane and natural environment, our lambs thrive in the lush green fields of Brownsville where they’re free to roam and grow at their own rhythm. The lambs graze on grass only; there are no antibiotics, hormones, or food bi-products. Make Oregon lamb a healthy tradition for your family. • 541-466-5866 •

Visit Linn Coalition

The greater Linn area is Oregon’s premier rural visitor destination known as the place most admired for its hospitality, natural beauty and one of a kind experience.

The Visit Linn Coalition (VLC) consists of various organizations in Linn County who are interested in promoting tourism and working closely with Travel Oregon to take full advantage of efforts being made at the State level to promote Oregon. The group has been together for nearly six years and consists of representatives from municipalities such as Sweet Home, Harrisburg, Lebanon, Albany, Brownsville, Scio, Halsey, Tangent and Linn County Parks and Fair & Expo. The group has focused efforts on asset mapping and developing a website.

Brownsville Saloon

Cold Beer, Great Food. Minors welcome during breakfast hours.

Hours: Monday - Thursday: 11am - Midnight
Friday & Saturday: 7:30am - 2am, Sunday: 7:30am - 11pm
Breakfast: Friday - Sunday 7:30am - 11:30am

419 N. Main Street, Brownsville

Brownsville Art Association

The Brownsville Art Association welcomes you to the Art Gallery in historic downtown. Discover a variety of affordable art, jewelry, photos, pottery, gifts, and clothing. During August, enjoy a special exhibit of original landscape art and scenes from around Brownsville.
Hours: Thursday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm

225 Main Street, Brownsville •

Isabellas Garden

NEW to Historic Brownsville, Isabellas Garden. Showcasing beautiful gifts, Moonstruck Chocolates and one of a kind items unique to Isabellas. Lock your Love padlock on our fence and leave a little of your history here in Historic Brownsville! Follow us on Facebook. See you soon!

414 Averill St, Brownsville •

Atavista Farm

This historic landmark, with picturesque views of nearby foothills, is an ideal setting for weddings and events. The property features our Victorian farmhouse, lush gardens and vintage gazebo, creating breathtaking photography.

35580 Hwy. 228, Brownsville • 541-466-5566 •

Wear Me Jewels

Wear Me Jewels Design Studio showcases an array of unique jewelry, art, pottery, and gifts. Created in the studio in historic downtown Brownsville, these whimsical jewelry designs embrace reflections of the natural world with a sweet vintage look that has an enduring and timeless quality.

140 Spaulding Avenue, Brownsville •

Cascades West Rideshare

Check out to save money by finding carpool partners! Share the ride to the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival, or find a match for your commute to work or school! Also, track your use of transportation options (biking, riding the bus, etc.) to win great prizes.

If you have questions about Drive Less Connect, call 541-924-8480

Linn County Historical Museum

Established in 1962, the Linn County Historical Museum is housed in Brownsville’s original railroad depot. Filled with collections and information representing all of Linn County, it captures the essence of early pioneer life with replicas of a general store, a bank, a barber shop and milliner’s shop. Its frequently changing exhibits as well as a gift shop filled with historical books, toys, music will entice many a return guest.

Weekend visitors to the museum can tour the stately Moyer House, a Victorian home built in 1881.

Visit the museum, take a tour. 101 Park Avenue, Brownsville

Brownsville Chamber of Commerce

Brownsville invites you to explore our community! Brownsville offers boutique shopping, antiques, dining, and museum tours.

Pioneer Market

Antiques and Collectibles - Buy, Sell, Trade and Consign

There’s something for everyone: Hot Wheels, dishes, furniture, antique signs, farm miscellaneous, old toys, old record albums, old magazines, kitchen and garden antiques, many hard to find items. Come see a giraffe in an antique store!

402 N. Main Street, Brownsville • 541-223-1101

Complete Business Solutions

Complete Business Solutions offers personalized and unparalleled business services designed to make your life easier while increasing your business’ efficiency and profitability. From setting up a new business, to finance, payroll, human resource and virtual assistant services CBS makes it possible for small to mid size businesses to enjoy the same services large companies benefit from.

Our payroll services come with your own HR expert to guide and assist you with employee issues, hiring and benefits as if you had an in house HR dept at a fraction of the cost!

Contact us today for your free consultation
541-220-0070 •

The American Legion Post 184

The American Legion is the nation’s largest and most influential network of U.S. wartime veteran’s families and communities. The Legion has something for everyone under its four pillars of service: Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation, National Security, Americamism, and Children & Youth. The American Legion raises millions of dollars to help children, veterans and families

339 N. Main Street, Brownsville • 541-990-6256
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Kirk’s Ferry Trading Post

The Legacy Continues

Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 4 - 10pm
Friday and Saturday 11am - 12pm

217 W. Bishop Way, Brownsville • 541-466-5614 •

Willamette Community Bank

Melissa Chaney, Relationship Manager
541-971-4329 • 1495 S. Main Street, Lebanon