Pull out the slicker or bring the umbrella and give your winter a lift with a day in Aurora! Our 24 shops are quite close together and you can park your car for the day and easily walk to most of them.
Just 25 minutes from Portland or Salem, I-5 Exit 278 or do a ‘river watch’ (so far so good) by coming on old Hwy 99E from Oregon City or up from Salem.
Plan on having lunch here at one of our popular eateries – from old style burgers with all the trimmings, to hearty soups, light salads or Mediterranean styled sandwiches. Linger over a glass of local wine or sample hazelnut candy at the candy factory. Have a sweet tooth? Our bakery is open 7 days a week or try a piece of Marionberry pie at one of the cafes.
Historic Aurora is known for its unrivaled variety of antiques and vintage goods, from furniture to collectible treasures and was recently listed as tops in Oregon and one of the best 50 antiques destinations in the USA by House Beautiful and Country Living magazines!
“Every day in Aurora is an antique show!”
Shops open between 10-11am and close at 5pm. Many are open 7 days a week.
Don’t forget Sundays! All stores open on Sundays 11-5.
Look what’s coming up!
February 1 Old Aurora Colony Museum opens for 2017 with a new exhibit, “And Now Dear David, Live Well.” Old Aurora Colony Museum, (503)678-5754
February 18 Antique Bottle, Antiques & Collectibles Show & Sale. 9am-3pm. Aurora American Legion Hall, 3rd & Main St. Admission by donation at the door. (Friday Feb. 17 Early Bird Admission, dealer drop off & set up, 12-5pm.) Presented by Oregon Antique Bottle Collectors Association. For more information & or table reservations Call Wayne Herring 503-864-2009 or Mark Junker at 503-231-1235 or Bill Bogynska at 503-657-1726 or email at email@example.com