Dedicated to collecting, interpreting, and preserving materials and artifacts relating to Seaside's history, this museum ... More
Seaside Museum & Historical Society
Dedicated to collecting, interpreting, and preserving materials and artifacts relating to Seaside's history, this museum contains numerous exhibits and artifacts on the history of Seaside and the surrounding area.
Really enjoyed the Lewis & Clark Salt makers exhibit, as well as museum displays about Oregon logging, development of Seaside, Oregon, the Butterfield Cottage, beautiful gardens, and more. Easy parking, close to the ocean, beaches, and downtown!
Surrounded by a white picket fence, this inn offers lodging in a historic setting. It features spacious common areas with
overstuffed sofas and offers seven charming and comfortable guest rooms with fluffy down comforters, armfuls of pillows, antique beds, ...
At the end of the Lewis and Clark trail is the Coney Island of Oregon, aptly named Seaside. This tourist
town, at a 90 minutes drive from Portland, is a delight for tourists. Try the saltwater taffy, cotton candy, ...
The sun rises and sets while the waves crash. Experience some of the most breathtaking views of Oregon beach while
enjoying picnic areas (no camping) and running water restrooms. The family dog is allowed in the park, provided it ...