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Tillamook Air Museum See one of America's finest collection of over 30 War Birds including our P-38 Lightning,
P-47 Thunderbolt, F4U-Corsair, P51-Mustang, PBY Catalina, B-25 Mitchell Bomber, and SBD Dauntless dive bomber.  Climb into a jet simulator!  Have lunch at our 40/50's Café. Enjoy shopping in our aviation gift shop.  All housed in a rare World War II Blimp Hangar...the largest wooden structure in the world! Admission: $11 Adults, $10 Seniors.
 
Tillamook Cheese Factory  See our cheesemakers and packaging staff at work. Hear about our history and the cheese making process. Touch the interactive kiosk screens to learn about our cooperative and our products and best of all, taste our award-winning cheeses. Smell the delicious aroma of freshly baked waffle cones with nearly 40 flavors of ice cream. Hearty meals available in our Farmhouse Cafe! 

Fort Stevens State Park [in/near Warrenton, OR], off US 101 following signs, is a coastal lake area near the mouth of the Columbia River. Fort Stevens protected the entrance to the Columbia River from the Civil War through World War II. The Peter Iredale, a schooner wrecked in 1906, is visible at low tide. Clamming is permitted. Daily dawn-dusk. Free.

Astoria Column [in/near Astoria, OR], on Coxcomb Hill, 635 feet above the Columbia River. An observation platform up 164 steps affords a view of the nearby mountains, river and ocean. Column open daily 8-dusk.

Fort Clatsop National Memorial [in/near Astoria, OR], 5 mi. S.W. near US 101, features a replica of the log fort built by the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1805.

Sea Lion Caves [in/near Florence, OR], 11 mi. n. on US 101, is the only year-round mainland home for wild Steller sea lions. Whether on the rocks outside or inside the cave, these mammals can be observed in their natural surroundings. Bring binoculars in the spring and summer to watch for grey whales and rare sea birds. A flight of stairs and pathway leading to an elevator, which descends 208 feet, provide access to the 1,500-foot-long cavern. A scenic path leads to the outdoor viewing area. Allow 30 minutes minimum. Daily 8-dusk, July-Aug.; 9-dusk, rest of year.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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