Downtown Beaverton is home to a huge variety of independently-owned shops and services business, as well as some fantastic historic features and community amenities. Here are some highlights for your visit:
- Locally-owned shops: Explore unique, independent retailers in our downtown, including retro home furnishings stores, a vintage dress shop, a quilt store, an art gallery, a classic motorcycle showroom and a metaphysical book store.
- Holistic health providers: If you’re looking to book a massage, practice yoga or find a naturopath, there are numerous health providers set up downtown, many of whom specialize in alternative medicine and wellness.
- Historic architecture: History buffs will delight in an historic walking tour of downtown. Notable architecture includes the Rossi Building (1900), Cady Building (1914), as well as several homes of various architectural styles, including colonial revival, craftsman bungalow, farmhouse, folk vintage and prairie. More information available from the Beaverton Historical Society.
- Library and City Park: The Main Library is open seven days a week, and features free community programming for people of all ages. Adjacent to the library is Beaverton City Park, featuring a large water fountain, a playground and an open lawn.
Downtown Beaverton is within a few minutes’ walk from the Beaverton Transit Center. It is home to both the WES commuter train, bus station, and the MAX light rail, so it’s connected to a variety of transit options.