The enclosed Tea Porch overlooks historic Champoeg State Park and provides a bright, relaxing but professional space for your event. We provide flexible seating from theater style or round or rectangular tables and chairs. This is excellent for groups of 40 or less. A staff member will be on the premises at all times.

Newell Pioneer Village is located 15 minutes from Wilsonville, Newberg, and Woodburn with easy access from I-5 South exit 278, or from 99W through Newberg.

The fees are quite reasonable. A minimum use is 3 hours for a total cost of $250. Each additional hour is $75. The technology fee is $50. A refundable damage/cleaning deposit is $75. Coffee, tea, and water are available at no additional charge. Proof of insurance is required. Parking is plentiful and FREE! Meals including snacks are available through local caterers, but you are welcome to “brown bag” your event.

Museum tours are available upon request at $5 per guest. Visit our Newell Pioneer Village website for further information about the Village.

Please call for reservations or with questions at 503-678-5537. Our Director will be happy to assist you. You may also email her at

Newell Pioneer Village is owned and operated by the Oregon State Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (501(c)(3) and is open to the public during posted hours. The historic Village includes the: 1852 residence of Robert “Doc” Newell, 1859 Butteville Academy with “Teacherage”, 1848 Butteville Jail, and our 1931 Pioneer Mothers Memorial Cabin, a log cabin museum recently moved from the banks of the Willamette River in Champoeg State Park. Collections of special interest include Oregon’s First Ladies’ Gowns, Native American artifacts, a quilt display, and many other items donated by pioneer families in the area. It is a popular venue hosting school tours, reunions, weddings, and special events throughout the year including a Village Faire, Harvest Dinner, Old Fashioned 4th of July, Christmas Candlelight Tour, Yuletide, and Mother’s Day Teas, and a Birthday Party for Robert Newell!