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Museum of the North Beach

4658 State Rt 109, Moclips, WA 98562-5001
+1 360-276-4441
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Don't miss this museum!

Great local museum with tons of history about the area. Really interesting and well worth including... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2017
Seattle, Washington
Cute Little Museum

Very interesting little museum packed to the gills with local lore and stuff. Enjoyed it! You can... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2017
Sherri R
Sarasota, Florida
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This museum focuses on life in the Moclips/Pacific Beach area.
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  • Very good31%
  • Average4%
  • Poor0%
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4658 State Rt 109, Moclips, WA 98562-5001
+1 360-276-4441
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Reviewed 10 September 2017

Great local museum with tons of history about the area. Really interesting and well worth including in your plans. Volunteers have done a wonderful job, and are very knowledgeable about the area, local history, and the colorful folk who lived (and live) in the North...More

Thank oceangal2017
Reviewed 7 August 2017

Very interesting little museum packed to the gills with local lore and stuff. Enjoyed it! You can purchase hand blown glass balls that were replicas of the glass balls used in fishing nets as a donation to the museum. They change the color yearly and...More

Thank Sherri R
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Our family loved this place, it had all kinds of interesting items and gave us many ideas for further adventures and places to visit next. The staff had many colorful stories to tell and it was fun to watch our kid's eyes grow wide in...More

1  Thank oceanictechnology
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

Nice little museum. Rather small and cluttered, but I believe they'll be moving to a larger site soon. I enjoyed learning more about local history.

Thank LorPasco
Reviewed 1 November 2016

It is small but it is fun for family, great old hotel picks are cool anyone with 60's buff. Nostalgic and quaint.

Thank Donna S
Reviewed 25 July 2016

Jam packed little museum that showcases over 100 yrs of history in the Pacific Beach area. Passionate curator, interesting pics and displays, including the 16 foot fiberglass boat plus ALL the random things that washed ashore 18 months after the tsunami in Japan. Donate a...More

Thank 120smo
Reviewed 19 July 2016

This a very small museum but well worth the half hour or so it takes to tour it. Where else can you see a collection of keys? It is free but a donation would be appreciated.

Thank Gerald E
Reviewed 15 May 2016 via mobile

If you want to get a good idea of this area's history this is the place. The board is working diligently to procure funding for a new and modern museum (they have the land) but the charm will be lost that this old building holds.

Thank Alan R
Reviewed 27 March 2016 via mobile

Small, free, very local, quite charming. Does a good job describing the local social history. A lot of interesting stuff crammed into what was a small store. They have plans for a new space so don't pass up the donations box. We loved it.

1  Thank fredSeattle_Wa
Reviewed 8 March 2016

Very interesting little museum. Unique local artifacts. A short walk from the Resort at Ocean Crest and access to the beach. Sort of an "End of the Road" spot with that beach community tie.

2  Thank Craig O
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