11 Sights in Hillsboro, United States (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Hillsboro, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 11 sights are available in Hillsboro, United States.

1. Hillsboro Historic District

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The Hillsboro Historic District in Hillsboro, Virginia is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. In 1979 it included 40 contributing buildings over its 60-acre (24 ha) area. Hillsboro was established as "The Gap", but in 1802 the town became Hillsborough. In 1880 the present spelling began to be used. Hillsboro is laid out in a roughly linear fashion along Virginia State Route 9, with lots in the historic district characteristically deep and relatively narrow. The pre-1835 houses in the district are characterized by two-story stone construction with gable roofs. Few new houses were built until the late 19th century, when Victorian houses were built, some with Eastlake detailing.

Wikipedia: Hillsboro Historic District (Hillsboro, Virginia) (EN)

2. Orenco Woods Nature Park

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Orenco Woods Nature Park is a park located in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States. The site was formerly nine-hole Orenco Woods Golf Course in the Orenco neighborhood owned by the Hillsboro Elks. The eastern edge is bounded by Cornelius Pass Road and the tracks for the MAX Blue Line form the northern boundary. Rock Creek flows through the 42-acre (17 ha) site between Orchard Park upstream and Noble Woods Park downstream, with the Rock Creek Trail planned to connect all three parks.

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3. Old Scotch Church

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The Old Scotch Church, also known as the Tualatin Plains Presbyterian Church, is a church and national historic site located in an unincorporated part of Washington County, Oregon, near Hillsboro, Oregon, United States. The church dates to 1873 while the church structure with an eight-sided steeple dates to 1878. A cemetery on the church grounds holds the graves of church members and local pioneer settlers of the Tualatin Plains, including Joseph Meek.

Wikipedia: Old Scotch Church (EN)

4. Linklater Commons

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The Zula Linklater House is a two-story office building on Second Avenue in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, United States. Completed in 1923, the Mediterranean style structure is built of concrete, wood, and stucco. Originally constructed for Zula Warren Linklater as a home, it was renovated and turned into office space in 1984. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

Wikipedia: Zula Linklater House (EN), Heritage Website

5. UJ Hamby Park

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UJ Hamby Park

U. J. Hamby Park is a nearly seven acre municipal park in northwest Hillsboro, Oregon, United States. Opened in 1990, the park includes nature trails along a small creek as well as a basketball court and grass lawn. The park is named after the longtime Chevrolet dealership owner, whose family donated the land to the city in 1986. The natural portion of the park includes wetlands and woodlands.

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6. Bicentennial Park

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Bicentennial Park is a neighborhood park in Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon. Opened in 1976, it is named for the United States' Bicentennial and also honors the city's one-hundredth year as a city. Located at northeast 25th Avenue and Parkwood, the park covers about 4 acres (1.6 ha) and includes a water reservoir, a fire station, a playground, and a soccer field among other amenities.

Wikipedia: Bicentennial Park (Hillsboro, Oregon) (EN), Website

7. Pearl S Buck Birthplace

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The Pearl S. Buck Birthplace is a historic home in Hillsboro, West Virginia where American writer Pearl S. Buck was born. The home now serves as a museum offering guided tours. The site also includes a carpentry shop and barn with over 100 historic farm and woodworking tools, and the log home of Buck's father's family, the Sydenstrickers, which was moved from Greenbrier County.

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8. Turner Creek Park

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Turner Creek Park

Turner Creek Park is a municipal park in Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon. Opened about 1990, the 12.5-acre (51,000 m2) park is located in the middle of the city along Turner Creek near southwest 32nd Avenue between Tualatin Valley Highway and Main Street. The park includes a playground, restrooms, several sports facilities, and natural areas with trails.

Wikipedia: Turner Creek Park (EN)

9. Bagley Park

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Bagley Park

Bagley Park is a two-acre municipal park in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, United States. Opened in 1926, the park covers a half-block at northeast Second Avenue and Jackson Street north of the Washington County Courthouse. After a major renovation project ending in 2008, the park includes a picnic shelter, a playground, restrooms, and several sports facilities.

Wikipedia: Bagley Park (EN), Website

10. Cornell Creek Park

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Cornell Creek Park is a city park in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States. Opened in 2016, it has the second dog park in the city after Hondo Dog Park. Located in the Orenco Station neighborhood along Cornell Road, it has just over four acres that is bisected by a small creek.

Wikipedia: Cornell Creek Park (EN)

11. Sonrise Church

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Sonrise Church is a Conservative Baptist church in Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon. Founded in 1980 as Sonrise Baptist Church, the church is located in the Orenco neighborhood and has about 1,200 worshipers at its main campus, a former industrial building.

Wikipedia: Sonrise Church (EN)


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