- TripBuzz discovered 48 different types of activities for couples in the Newport area, including Specialty Museums (like Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center), Aquariums (like Oregon Coast Aquarium), Beaches (like Lost Creek State Park) and Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Devil's Punch Bowl State Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 64 date ideas in or near Newport, Oregon, including 42 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Yachats and Florence.
Providing an interactive and educational marine tour, the Marine Discovery Tours catches fish from their boat and lets their guests hold them. They also let kids help scoop plankton and offer a microscopic view of their discovery.
In 1866, Sam Case built the first hotel in this area and named the town Newport. Today, visitors can see Oregon's largest commercial fishing fleet, as well as stay in hotels, eat at restaurants, and shop at galleries and shops.
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2320 SE Marine Science Dr, Newport, OR 97366 MoreLess Info
Since 1988 Rogue Nation Brewery and Spirits have been producing quality Oregon beers. The brewery has since grown into creating an extensive selection of fine spirits along with ales, lagers, stouts and pilsners, and has teamed up with famed bakery VooDoo Doughnuts to create flavors such as Bacon Maple Ale.
Featuring stadium seating and high back rocking theater chairs, the Newport Cinema Center is a popular local entertainment option for newly released first run movies. The theater also offers some of the major blockbusters in RealD 3D when available.
The Newport Performing Arts Center is a community owned facility that hosts a variety of plays as well as hosting touring musical artists and comedians. In addition to the performances, the Center provides audiences with stunning coastal views.
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750 NW Lighthouse Dr, Newport, OR MoreLess Info
The Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area has Oregon's tallest lighthouse that has been used to guide sailors since August 20, 1873. The natural area also has Cobble Beach where millions of round basalt rocks make an applause sound against the ocean waves, and is popular for marine wildlife viewing.