Lincoln City Oregon History
Lincoln County Historical Museum
4907 SW Hwy 101, Lincoln City, Oregon, phone: 541-996-6614
The North Lincoln County Historical Museum was founded in 1987 through
the initiative and hard work of The North Lincoln County Pioneer and
Historical Association. Beginning with one hundred and ten charter
members in a small storefront, NLCHM now has a permanent home, three
paid staff, and a dedicated group of volunteers. 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.
This building was built in 1940 as the Taft-Nelscott-Delake Fire Hall,
and later was occupied by City Hall until it was deeded to NLCHM in
1995. The mission of the museum is to provide the public with an
educational resource dedicated to the interpretation and preservation of
North Lincoln County History.
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