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Woodburn Recreation & Parks
Contact Phone
Physical Address
455 N. Front St.
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Physical Address: State
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The Woodburn Historical Museum was founded in 1986 by a group of citizens interested in preserving and promoting the heritage of Woodburn. Some of the key volunteers were Red Eaden, Paul Graham, Vance Yoder, Lou Jane Cornwell, Gene Stoller, paul Serres, Tom Pantle, Gail Wengenroth, Kathy Figley, Ed Murphy, Nevin Holly and Hazel Smith.

The group leased and eventually purchased a historic storefront building in downtown turning the narrow 2000 square foot facility plus adjoining historic Bungalow Theater into a tribute to to Woodburn's heritage.

While the City of Woodburn became steward of the museum in 2000, some of the original founders of the institution are still involved as volunteer docents. The City currently manages the Museum with the support of many local volunteers.
Hours of Operation
The Museum is open year round on Saturdays and Sundays 11am – 3pm and is located at 455 N. Front Street in Woodburn.
Free. Donations accepted.
  • Willamette Valley
Type of Museum/Specialty
  • Historical Buildings/Sites/Structures
  • History Museum
  • Local History/Heritage
Programs and Services
  • Exhibits
  • Tours
  • Educational Outreach
  • Volunteer Opportunities
Facilities and Services
  • ADA Accessible
  • Free Parking
  • Open to the public
  • Restrooms

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