Tillamook Pioneer Museum - #30 of 101 Things to do on the Oregon Coast
This is a great stop for the entire family. Located on Hwy #101 & 2nd St. in Tillamook, Oregon the Tillamook Pioneer Museum is the biggest and best of it's kind and is a must stop for history buffs. The museum is located in the old Tillamook County Courthouse which was built in 1905. The exhibits fill 3 floors and includes native American artifacts, a 1902 horseless carriage, a 1909 Buick, as well as logging, firefighting and cheese-making equipment. Get in touch with the original pioneers of the area by viewing tools and equipment of the pioneers.
The Tillamook Pioneer Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm. Closed on major holidays.
Adults - $4.00
Seniors (62+) - $3.00
Children 10 – 17 - $1.00
Children under 10 - Free
Tillamook Co. Pioneer Assoc. members - Free
Friends of the Pioneer Museum - Free
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