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Pacific Maritime Heritage Center

Pacific Maritime Heritage Center


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The Pacific Maritime Heritage Center, located at 333 SE Bay Blvd in Newport's Bayfront, is one of two historic properties operated by the nonprofit Lincoln County Historical Society. The 30,000 sq ft flagship site, features panoramic views of Yaquina Bay, two changing exhibit galleries, three permanent galleries, the 121 seat Doerfler Family Theater and a Museum Store. The theater includes an 18 ft screen and a self-serve menu of 15 short historic films for the museum visitor to select from. Hours of operation are Tuesday – Sunday 11 am – 4 PM. Onsite parking is available. Admission rates apply. Admission is free to LCHS Members, Active-Duty military and children 12 & under. Family and group rates available.

Serving the public since 1948, the LCHS preserves the collective memory of Lincoln County and includes the Log Cabin Research Library Archive and 1895 Burrows House located at 545 SW 9th St., Newport. A sampling of historic images from the LCHS collection can be seen at: LCHS maintains the largest museum collection related to the history of the Oregon Coast.

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Two changing exhibit galleries, three permanent exhibit galleries including an exhibition that explains the commercial fishing industry, and a 121 seat theater with an 18 ft screen and self serve menu of 17 short historic films on historical topics. Fantastic views of Newport's Historic Bayfront and the Yaquina Bay Bridge. Onsite parking and a Museum Store that features local authors and artists.



Susan Tissot

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