1713 NW 21st Street
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Phone: (541) 994-5281
Fax: (503) 636-3213
Arts & Museums
Showcasing the works of Northwest, national, and international artists, this unique gallery features a magnificent 18-foot ceiling, graceful curved staircase, and tall corner windows providing a haven for artists to explore and create.
Located in a beautiful two story building that was built in 1940, this museum offers an array of exhibits that depict how the community developed, as well as, how the pioneer settlers and Native Americans lived many years ago.
Showcasing the works of local and international artists, this arts center also offers an array of exhibitions, classes, and workshops.
Located in a beautiful house, this museum features rooms filled with Victorian era period furnishings and contains exhibits on Lincoln County History.
The Oregon Coast History Center has got its hands on 2 historic museums that offers an interesting menu to all art lovers. The society as a whole houses a rich and incredible collection of exhibits and artifacts that speak of the city's history and present. Collections that the center houses is primarily related to clothing, furniture, crafts, instruments, maritime devices amongst many others. The Burrows House and the Log Cabin Museum serve as educational spots wherein visitors get a glimpse of ancient times. Overall, the center is worth visiting for offering an intriguing window on the city's early history. Check website for more details.
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Located within the Oregon State University is the Hatfield Marine Science Center. This educational center focuses on marine sciences and its application. Apart from displaying marine specimens and species, it also facilitates research that will improve the way of life further. Fully equipped laboratories and classrooms complete with expert researchers is what Hatfield Marine Science Center all about. For more details, check website.