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The Siuslaw Pioneer Museum exhibits include historical items of the Siuslaw Valley and its surrounding areas. Many of the artifacts were made or used in the every day life of our pioneers. We welcome your visit Wednesday  through Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.

Search online indexes of Family Names and Subject Files as a source for your research or view the indexes and files at our on-site William Kyle Research Library. The library is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 to 3 p.m. Call the library at (541) 997-7884, ext.1 for more information.

Latest Posts

NORTH FORK CHEESE FACTORY

NORTH FORK CHEESE FACTORY

CHEESE, PLEASE Sometimes it can be the one thing or experience that makes all the difference. Such can be said in the case of Jesse Lee Houghton, who found his calling...

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DAVID L. MUNSELL

DAVID L. MUNSELL

Popular Munsel Lake and Munsel Creek are named after an early settler to the Siuslaw area. David Munsell (often spelled Munsel) was born in 1824 in Ohio and is said to...

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GEORGE DUNCAN

GEORGE DUNCAN

George Duncan was 9 years old and living in Scotland when his father immigrated to Canada and never returned to his family. The year was 1836. To help support their...

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TWO-TOES

TWO-TOES

Dan Miles shares 1914 story of bear in Maple Creek on Siuslaw River near Florence, Oregon.

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Admission

Adults (age 16 and over) $7.
Free for 15 years old and under (when accompanied by adult)
Free for all museum members.

For a group of 10 or more, please make reservations by calling 541-997-7884.

Museum Hours

Wednesday through Sundays, noon to 4:00 p.m. For additional details, visit our Facebook page.

The museum is closed Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day through the month of January except for special occasions as announced.