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Arts & Culture


The Garibaldi Museum is located between the base of Captain Robert Gray Mountain and the Tillamook Bay in Garibaldi Oregon. The museum is filled with memoirs of the maritime heritage of the North Coast, particularly the adventures of Captain Robert Gray. It is the mission of the museum to collect information concerning Captain Robert Gray and historic sailing vessels; the Lady Washington and The Columbia Rediviva.
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One of Tillamook’s greatest undiscovered treasures is the Latimer Quilt & Textile Center, located just off Wilson River Loop Road. What used to be an abandoned schoolhouse surrounded by blackberry bushes and birds nesting in its rafters has been beautifully and carefully restored to preserve and promote creation of, and education in, textile arts. Now it’s a vibrant museum where the textile arts are not only preserved but created on a daily basis, giving the building a living, breathing identity that radiates with energy.
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A visit to the Tillamook Air Museum is like taking a step back in time – almost literally. Housed inside one of the nation’s last remaining World War II blimp hangars, this world renowned museum features rare wartime and aviation artifacts and meticulously restored vintage aircraft, many of which are still airworthy!
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Have you learned about the treasure allegedly buried on Neahkahnie Mountain? Or have you heard the story of the first pilgrim who built his house inside a tree stump? What about the town built along Bayocean Spit that fell into the ocean? You’ll learn about these stories and many more during a trip to the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum on the corner of Pacific and Second Street in historic downtown Tillamook
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The Tillamook Forest Center is a great place to develop a deeper connection with Oregon’s forests through experience and exploration of its engaging interpretive center. The interpretive center showcases the legacy of the historic Tillamook burn, and the public spirit behind a monumental reforestation effort. It was this spirit that helped to shape the sustainable forest management practices in place today.
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From the Blog


Find abandoned space. Remove debris and dust. Gussy up with new paint and lighting. Then, as if by magic, a gallery pops up! A new temporary photographic […]
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Come create and play at the Vista House at Meadow Harvest on the Tillamook Coast. This farm-stay paradise in Nehalem is where owners Sage and Brian […]
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She has photographed spectacular sunsets around the world, yet Linda Cook has shot some of her best pictures from Manzanita where she lives and studies the […]
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Karen Gelbard makes it a practice to live life with her senses wide open—keenly observing and translating daily experiences into the extraordinary fabric she weaves. Since […]
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Andy Toth has been creating pottery nearly 40 years. A tile layer by trade, he always gravitated toward the potter’s wheel on his days off. In […]
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