Roseburg and several surrounding communities provide a glimpse into the past as you enjoy visiting their historic structures and districts.
Visit the Floed-Lane House, an early Douglas County building of historic interest built in 1866. Floed-Lane House is located at 544 SE Douglas Avenue and is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays. For more information contact the Douglas County Historical Society.
Roseburg’s first National Register Historic District was the Mill/Pine neighborhood. This area offers a variety of architectural styles with modest cottages built from the early 1890s through the turn of the century for rail workers and their families.
The Laurelwood neighborhood is an early Roseburg suburb developed as a middle-class enclave from the 1920s. The present homes are the original structures. Few have been modified to any degree, giving the area unmistakable integrity. A descriptive brochure of Historical Tours of Roseburg homes and buildings using QR codes is available online or at the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center.