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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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Best Little Secret on the Coast

If you are interested in the history of the North Beach you need to make your way to this little... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2015
Douglas O
Aberdeen, Washington, United States
Great people & place!

We thoroughly enjoyed this gem of a museum in the Pacific Northwest. The volunteers were... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2015
Kris M
Victoria, Canada
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This museum focuses on life in the Moclips/Pacific Beach area.
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  • Very good34%
  • Average5%
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4658 State Rt 109, Moclips, WA 98562-5001
+1 360-276-4441
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Reviewed 18 June 2015

If you are interested in the history of the North Beach you need to make your way to this little cluster of hidden knowledge tucked away in Moclips! Really, it will amaze you. I also noticed that they recieved the June 2015 Business of the...More

2  Thank Douglas O
Reviewed 9 May 2015

We thoroughly enjoyed this gem of a museum in the Pacific Northwest. The volunteers were knowledgeable and helpful, and even though the space is small, we left with a wealth of information. Well-done!

2  Thank Kris M
Reviewed 7 January 2015

Nice quaint museum with a lot of area history, you use to be able to take the train there from Seattle it only took 2 days. There is a glass blowing shop there also and plenty of quality souvenirs.

2  Thank Mike_n_Becky_Little
Reviewed 3 November 2014

This small museum has a rich history of the North Beaches of Washington State. Nestled just north of Pacific Beach heading into Moclips, you will find a variety of items from long ago until the recent Japanese Tsunami. Worth the stop.

1  Thank DrHedrick
Reviewed 27 September 2014

Really great small museum, you will definitely learn some facts about this wonderful area. the volunteers are knowledgeable.

1  Thank Susan R
Reviewed 3 September 2014

Excellent and intimate museum. The curator was extremely knowledgeable. Because it is small, you have all of their attention and it feels like an exclusive tour.

1  Thank Kenlee01
Reviewed 2 September 2014

This is a great little museum, full of flotsam and jetsam gleaned from the beautiful area beaches as well as some local logging and railroad treasures. Admission is free (donations appreciated) and the volunteers are a wealth of knowledge about all things local. A great...More

1  Thank LoryGene54
Reviewed 1 September 2014

This is a nice place to spend some time looking at the history of the area. Enjoyed talking to man that was there. Did not get his name.

1  Thank ravenlady
Reviewed 23 August 2014

Small museum jam-packed with local treasures. Very interesting. So much to look at that we couldn't do it justice. We got a good sense of the history of the area, though.

1  Thank tiggerandsid
Reviewed 21 August 2014

Try to find a time when either Kelly or Lee are there. They are real historians of the North Beach. Something new is on display with every visit.

2  Thank Lisa M
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