Your senses led you to Newberg
Your senses led you to Newberg, Oregon. It was probably your love for wine and food that input the GPS coordinates on your phone. Now you’re here, so look around and fall in love with Newberg’s past and future. It truly is a University of the Senses! A great place to start is with a walk along the Willamette River. It’s there that you’ll learn how in 1859, a handful of dreamers got together and began Oregon. From there, head over to the Hoover-Minthorn House and stroll the gardens of the boyhood home of President Herbert Hoover. Take a historic walking tour of George Fox University. Once you’ve gazed into the past, shop local at boutiques full of fashion finds, must-have accessories, home items and gifts. Travel back in time once again by catching a movie at the historic Cameo Theatre or 99W Drive-in. What a fantastic place you’ve discovered!
The Chehalem Cultural Center celebrates the arts, community, education and heritage. The Center is housed in a historic brick building that began its life in 1935 as Central School—a Depression-era Works Progress Administration (WPA) project. The historic building houses...
Chehalem Valley Chamber of Commerce serves the communities of Newberg, Dundee, St. Paul and Dayton. The leaders that form the Chamber—from nearly 400 area business—build and strengthen the economy while garnering local support and creating lasting business relationships.