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Museums Tillamook
Tillamook County Pioneer Museum

The first Tillamook County courthouse was built on the site in 1887. Following a fire in 1903, the current structure was erected in 1905. As the county grew, its needs outgrew the space available and a new courthouse was erected in 1932. The old courthouse is now the home of the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum.

The museum is intriguing both inside and out. On the main floor of the museum if a replica of the tree stump "house" where Joseph Champion, the county's first white settler, lived after he arrived by boat in 1851. Other displays fill the building to capacity.

Outside, in addition to nicely landscaped grounds, you'll find a turn-of-the-century rstored steam-logging donkey. It is in working order and is occasionally fired up.

Location:
Highways 101 and 6
Tillamook Oregon 97141

Phone: 503-842-4553
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