Join a local Newberg historian as he/she travels on the trolley to visit a dozen locations that help explain why Newberg is one of the most historic cities in all of Oregon.
- Learn about the role Newberg played as the “birthplace” of pioneer settlement of the Willamette Valley
- Visit the house where once lived a young boy who would become the 31st president of the United States
- See the home of an artist who helped create the comic book hero known as Captain America
- Learn the location of the five-acre site where Newberg was supposed to be but never developed
- Tour Newberg’s historic Friends Cemetery, the final resting place of numerous Civil War veterans and the man whose heart valve invention has saved millions of lives
- Hear about Newbergian Lynn Hinton of the Bellfountain Bells, arguably the most legendary high school basketball team in Oregon sports history
…and much, much more.
Tour begins and ends at the Chehalem Cultural Center and takes approximately one hour to complete.
Advanced registration is strongly encouraged and available inside the main entrance of the Center.
10AM – Registration begins
11AM – Tour #1 departs
1PM – Tour #2 departs
3PM – Tour #3 departs