Mcminnville is a small, yet charming city in the state of Oregon, with a total population of 32.187 residents, according to the 2010 census. Mcminnville was founded by William T. Newby, an early immigrant on the Oregon Trail, for his hometown of Mcminnville, Tennessee. Mcminnville is known among UFO researchers for the famous pictures published on the front page of the News-Register newspaper. Mcminnville is a great holiday destination, suitable for both short vacations and weekend getaways.
Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum is the perfect place to learn more about aviation and the universe. Aside from the Museum, where there is a wide array of exhibits that show the evolution of aviation, there is also an amusement park, where you and your children can have lots of fun. There are many rides, such as the Tail Spin, the Mach1, the Sonic Boom and the Nose Dive, as well as an arcade room, where you can play the latest games.
Olde Stone Village is very close to the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, Mcminnville. The Wings&Waves Water Park opened recently and it combines entertainment and education in one adrenaline-inducing fun family park. It is designed with every age in mind, and it includes a variety of aquatic features, from play fountains for the little ones to a scream-inducing 62 foot slide of out the belly of 747 Boeing. The Water Park focuses on interactive exhibits designed to inspire a young interest in air and space. Not only can you have a fun day at the Water park, but you can also have plenty to talk about afterwards.
Gallery Theater Mcminnville was founded in 1968 and its mission is to enhance the quality of life through performing arts, operate an outstanding community theatre and cultural centre in the Northwest. The venue also serves as a major resource for cultural, educational and economic development in the community. Here, you can enjoy plays that are both classic and modern.