Toledo, celebrating their centennial a few years back, has a nice little museum downtown explaining the history of their fine city. It's a small standard museum you will find almost anywhere, but taking 20-30 minutes to see it's history is worth a stop. A lot of photos and exhibits make up the museum. Learning about the logging and other businesses along the Yaquina River were interesting, but the most intriguing thing was how the town had a waterfront district at one time. It burned down and was never rebuilt. I saw signs near the courthouse that there might be another museum in the courthouse, but I'm not sure. They may have moved it. Toledo and it's museum is a nice break on a coastal vacation if you're visiting the busier cities like Newport and Depoe Bay.
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