Several blocks of Main Street in Newburgh have been intentionally groomed to give off a historic village "river town" air. Other features encourage visitors and residents to spend a good deal of time shopping on foot along the length of the street.
Each summer Newburgh hosts a number of festivals, including a Wine, Art & Jazz Festival, Fiddler Fest, and the Strawberry Festival. Some events are held on the shore of the river near the town's lock and dam, with others in the "antique" downtown section of Newburgh. The Summer Social, held at St. John's Catholic Parish and School, happens on a weekend in June.
Each fall the historic downtown association hosts popular "Ghost Walks" where attendees learn of the town's history of mining, the Civil War, and the Underground Railroad. The first weekend in December features a downtown Christmas celebration with over sixty people dressed in period costume, carolers and street musicians. Trolley tours, photos with Santa, and the Newburgh tree lighting ceremony are all also a part of the "Newburgh Celebrates Christmas."
Newburgh has several municipal parks. A bicycle and pedestrian trail extends along the riverfront, with plans to eventually link it up with Evansville's trail system and tie into the American Discovery Trail. - Number of buildings: 1 - Building condition: Good
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