Introduction to Newberg, Oregon
Newberg was originally inhabited by Native Americans. Some believe that the city got was named after Sebastian Brutscher, the first postmaster of Newberg. It was incorporated as a city in 1889. The Newberg Graphic, which is the city’s newspaper, was established in the same year.
Newberg and nearby Attractions
- American Advertising Museum
- Portland Children's Museum
- Willamette Stone State Heritage Site
- Willamette Mission State Park
- Maud Williamson State Park
- Bald Peak State Park
Things To Do In Newberg
The city of Newberg offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities. The area has numerous parks such as the Champoeg State Park, the Molalla River State Park, the Willamette Mission State Park and the Maud Williamson State Park. While in Newberg, a visit to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, the Portland Art Museum and the Evergreen Aviation Museum may prove interesting to those interested in the area’s history.
Portland International is the nearest major airport.
Newberg Higher Education
Higher education can be pursued at George Fox University, Portland State University and Lewis and Clark College.