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Take a tour of this factory. Even though the craftsmen were not working on the Friday we visited, the girl giving the tour was very knowledgeable and thoroughly explained each step of the process. It would be even better if the workers were there where...More
Cordial, accommodating staff. Watch the film and then go on a short tour of their woodworking shop where all their products are made by hand! Get a free sample of fudge, popcorn & coffee! Nice gift shop where you can purchase handmade items for the...More
Great place to see how they make the myrtlewood bowls and other products... just the way they have for years and years. Wood workers were very happy to show us how it is done. Nice showroom with a variety of things made from myrtlewood. I...More
"Free factory Tours" drew me. We were doing a 14-day trip with 2 kids, so of course I was looking for free, fun stuff. You enter this small showroom and a very nice person offers you free coffee and popcorn. You sit and watch a...More
Date of experience: August 2016
StacyGavette, Manager at The Oregon Connection/ House of Myrtlewood, responded to this reviewResponded 18 August 2016
KCwoman, thanks for visiting our factory! Sorry there wasn't much to see in the factory we have several rooms upstairs that we just aren't able to show on the tour. The non-profit who owns us is Star of Hope and we support developmentally disabled persons...More
If you are looking for great gifts this is the place for you. They start you off with a movie about the "making" of Myrtlewood and then they send you off on a tour of the factory. The workers stop and tell you what they...More
Date of experience: May 2016
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StacyGavette, Manager at The Oregon Connection/ House of Myrtlewood, responded to this reviewResponded 14 July 2016
Thank you so much for visiting, we are so glad you enjoyed our tour!
We have been to Coos Bay many times over the years but never stopped at this Myrtlewood Factory. You can take the free tour which starts you off with a short 10 minutes video that tells you all you need to know about Myrtlewood, then...More