Oregon Cultural Trust - The Oregon Cultural Trust is a statewide cultural plan to raise significant new funds to invest in Oregon's arts, humanities and heritage. Funds will be distributed to local communities to support their cultural priorities, through competitive grants for projects of regional and statewide significance, and through grants to Oregon's statewide cultural agencies to support their ongoing efforts.
Tillamook Cheese Visitor Center - The Tillamook County Creamery Association is a
farmer-owned and operated dairy cooperative that's been in existence for
more than 100 years! For the past century they've become famous for award-winning cheeses, ice creams, and other Tillamook® dairy products. Visit the gift shop and take a self-guided tour, sample
cheeses and have breakfast/lunch or enjoy a scoop of their famous ice cream.
Latimer Quilt and Textile Center - The Latimer Quilt & Textile Center in Tillamook is dedicated to preserving, promoting, displaying and facilitating the creation of and to provide education about the textile arts.
Tillamook Air Museum - See one of America's finest collections of over 30 War Birds including a P-38 Lightning, F4U-Corsair, P51-Mustang, PBY Catalina and SBD Dauntless dive bomber. They also house an exhibit hall that features rare historical wartime and aviation artifacts, including pieces of the great German airship the Hindenburg and a WWII Luftwaffe flight All housed in a rare World War II Blimp Hangar...the largest wooden structure in the world!
The Garibaldi Maritime Museum - Maritime History, founded in 1986 by Charles M. Parkin
Jr, co-author of Captain Gray and the Pacific Northwest, is a 7,000 square foot building of post and beam construction with cathedral ceilings, skylights and stained glass windows. The museum features the story of Captain Robert Gray, with models of the sloop Lady Washington and the ship Columbia, the two vessels that made this courageous trip around the horn to seek fur trade with China, are on display.
The Tillamook Forest Center - This is a new educational and recreational resource 20 minutes east of Tillamook in the heart of the Tillamook State Forest. The center hosts a wealth of innovative exhibits and programs about the Tillamook Burn and reforestation through interactive displays.
Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint - is located 10 miles west of Tillamook on the north end of the beautiful Three Capes Scenic Loop. Features within the park include the Cape Meares Lighthouse, an informational kiosk, interesting viewpoints where the visitor can view the off-shore rocks for native birds and the annual whale migration, the Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge, nature trails, and the famous Octopus Tree.
The Nehalem Valley Historical Society - The Nehalem Valley Historical Society, was organized to research,
preserve, and educate about the history of the area around Nehalem Bay, and the valley of the lower Nehalem River in the state of
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts - Oregon Coast Council for the Arts
is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which celebrates, promotes and develops community arts.
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