Must see attractions in Southern Oregon Coast

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    Harris Beach State Park

    This pleasant state park is about a mile north of town. There are views of Goat Island, Oregon's largest offshore island and a bird sanctuary, from the…

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    Bandon Historical Society Museum

    This museum has exhibits on the area's historical industries and the Coquille Native Americans, along with memorable photos of Bandon's two devastating…

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    Coos Historical & Maritime Museum

    In gigantic and fancy new digs on Coos Bay's waterfront, this museum displays exhibits from Native American culture to maritime shipwrecks, plus mining,…

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    Siuslaw Pioneer Museum

    Located in a 1905 schoolhouse, this museum displays exceptional farming, fishing and logging artifacts, along with pioneer items and Native American…

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    Natural Bridge Viewpoint

    A viewing platform here – a minute's walk from the parking area – offers fantastic photo ops and views of rock arches, the remains of collapsed sea caves.

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    Hughes House

    This huge, elaborate, nicely restored Victorian home was built in 1898 by Patrick Hughes, an Irish dairy rancher and gold miner who settled the area.

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    Prehistoric Gardens

    Twelve miles south of Port Orford, kids will scream at the sight of a Tyrannosaurus rex in front of this dinosaur park. Life-size replicas of the extinct…

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    Lifeboat Station Museum

    This 1934 building was home to members of the area's US Coast Guard 'surfmen,' who were in charge of search and rescue along this stretch of coastline – a…

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    Chetco Community Public Library

    A samurai sword that belonged to the Japanese pilot who bombed Mt Emily (behind the city) during WWII is displayed in Brookings' library.