The Biggest Small Town Downtown Around

Sisters offers the sophistication of a city with small town charm. We’ve got boutiques, high end furnishings, custom jewelers and art galleries. Even our candy shops, quilt and saddle stores are surprisingly cosmopolitan.

Best Dressed in the West

From Western chic to upscale mountain wear, there’s a little bit of everything in the Sisters shopping scene:

Bedouin – Fans flock to this perfect boutique, filled with a gorgeous selection of women’s apparel, eclectic jewelry and home decor… and rarely leave empty handed. Now with a men’s section, too.

Dixie’s – Strolling down Sisters’ main street, you can’t help but get in the Western spirit. Stop by Dixie’s for top of the line Stetsons, boots, Pendleton jackets and more–you’ll be dressed like a local in no time.

Crazy Like a Fox Vintage – Craving a 1970’s corduroy jacket? Looking for a pair of mid-century, avocado chairs? The flannel of your dreams?  You’re in luck; it’s all here in this something-for-everyone vintage emporium.

The Jewel – Exquisite handmade jewelry by local artist Jan Daggett. Natural artist, gem cutter and precious metal sculptor, Jan is renowned for her innovative designs and creative use of fine gems and materials.

Add to Your Collection

Sisters is home to art galleries that showcase regional but also national and international artists. Take a peek, or better yet, take home a work of art.

The Raven Makes Gallery specializes in contemporary Native American art from exceptional prints to weavings, masks and jewelry, while Hood Avenue Art focuses on artists working in Central Oregon and features a mix of painting, prints, sculpture, ceramics and more.

Inside The Open Door restaurant, The Rickards Gallery offers beautiful art paired with food, wine and spirits (with a truly charming and artful outdoor dining patio). And the Sisters Gallery & Frame Shop boasts an eclectic mix of artists as well as top notch framing services.

Why Yes, We Have that in Sisters

What makes our downtown so much fun to explore is the breadth of different shops and experiences. Even if you’re not a quilter, or looking for a new clock, poke your head in. Chances are something inside will speak to you!

Stitchin’ Post – A quilter’s-sewer’s-crafter’s wonderland, craftspeople flock from around the region to find expertise and inspiration.

Canyon Creek Pottery – Local artist potter Kenneth Merril presides over this fascinating working studio and shop. Watch Ken at the wheel or kiln and shop for beautiful homeware, kitchen and garden accessories.

Paulina Spring Books – Every town should have a bookstore this well-stocked and helmed by such passionate readers. Come find a novel for your much-deserved down time or a game to play with friends.

Beacham’s Clock Co – Yes, Sisters is that kind of place that still has a Swiss-trained clock maker right in town. One stop for your horological needs, Beacham’s repairs all manner of time pieces and designs custom clocks to your specifications.

See the Sights, Grab a Bite

A walk through Sisters is an experience in itself. Be on the lookout for bronze sculptures and murals, as well as wild deer roaming the back streets. On the western end of town near the roundabout, discover an enchanting field of alpacas.

Grab an Americano at family-owned Sisters Coffee, then head to Village Green Park for a Ponderosa Pine wander or play structure time. This shady park is in full swing during the Quilt Show and Folk Festival.

Don’t miss a meal–from juicy burgers to wood-fired pizza to brewery fare–at one of our many eateries.

Bring an Empty Suitcase and Get Ready to Shop

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Find a Sweet Spot to Stay

Looking for a private, cozy bungalow, a boutique hotel and spa or a gear-friendly motor lodge? You’ve come to the right town.

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