Tillamook Cheese Factory

Join in on the fun and be one of the million visitors that the Tillamook Cheese Factory sees this year alone. Awarded for producing the “World’s Best Medium Cheddar”, guests from all over the world arrive to learn more about the Tillamook Cheese Factory. The free, interactive, self-guided tour answers all creamery related queries, while giving guests a behind the scenes peak at how their famous cheese is packaged and produced. Afterwards, visitors can enjoy a free sampling of various cheeses to determine their favorites. Get Directions


Debbie D’s Sausages

In an age of automation and mechanization, there is Debbie D’s. Tucked away in Tillamook County, she creates sausage using much the same process used by her pioneer ancestors in the 1800′s. Using superb quality, lean, ground Oregon beef, flavored with hand-blended fresh herbs, and her great grandfather’s, grandfather’s and great uncle’s recipe’s she has made a very special sausage line. Low in fat and sodium, with a minimum of preservatives, this is a sausage for the health conscious diets of today. Get Directions


3 Capes Scenic Loop

The Three Capes Scenic Loop offers some of the most beautiful views along the Oregon coast. The relatively short voyage gives tourists the ability to explore the coast while observing a variety of landscapes. Just short of 40 miles, the drive takes travelers west of Tillamook, along an easy to follow signed and paved route. Following signs from Tillamook to the Three Capes Scenic Loop. Clear weather provides the best views along the Three Capes Loop, but all seasons can be appreciated. To make the most of it, travelers should plan to spend the day exploring the Three Capes Loop, as there are a number of historical sites, as well as numerous state parks and recreational hot spots along the route. Get Directions


Pioneer Museum

No visit to Tillamook is complete without stopping by the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum. The building itself is a significant piece of history and once served as the Tillamook County courthouse. Now it is home to over 35,000 items and 10,000 photographs documenting Tillamook County’s history. Complete with multiple replica rooms and artifacts belonging to the very first Tillamook Bay residents, the North Oregon Coastal Indians and the early pioneer settlers, it feels as if one has traveled back in time. Get Directions

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