Seaside Museum

Robin Montero shows an exhibit at the Seaside Museum to Joshua Heineman, director of tourism marketing for Seaside and manager of the Visitors Bureau.

SEASIDE — The Seaside Museum reopened this summer after being closed for 14 months because the pandemic.

The museum opened on June 11 with a ribbon cutting and a special exhibit on loan from the Oregon Historical Society.

A new exhibit celebrating the years Butterfield Cottage was the House of Roberts Millinery was also opened.

The museum also organized a photo exhibit at the Seaside Library for the Prom centennial and opened a second special exhibit, “Meet on the Prom,” which continues through March 12, 2023.

The museum is also adding and refreshing exhibits. The gift shop has been revamped.

The museum’s Lewis and Clark Salt Makers reenactment event in September saw the highest attendance numbers in years.

The museum is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, go to seasideoregonmuseum.com

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