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Located in what historically was the village of Taft, the museum's exhibits, research library, offices and store are in a two-story, sixty-year-old building. The museums own collections side by side with traveling collections from around the country. Visit often, their galleries will reward visitors with something different every visit.

Exhibits include antiques toys, local businesses of the past, early families and villages, art glass floats, glass fishing floats and the Lincoln Collection, named after President Abraham Lincoln. Additional exhibits include; Native Americans, Logging, Textile, Fire & Rescue and Early Homestead collections.

This museum is an official partner in the 'Veterans History Project' as defined by Congress in 2000.

This is just one of the many Historical Museums located throughout Oregon.

Location: 4907 SW Hwy 101, Lincoln City Oregon 97367 Telephone 541-996-6614 Fax 541-996-1244

Other History nearby:
(Albany) Albany Fire Museum
(Albany) Albany Regional Museum
(Philomath) Benton County Historical Museum
(Dallas) Brunk House
(Newport) Burrows House Museum
(Salem) Bush House Museum


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