Lincoln City has a number of other smaller attractions to enhance your trip. Enjoy live entertainment, art galleries, outdoor recreation, and make sure to take advantage of other attractions just outside Lincoln City.

Art StudiosEnjoy glass art at Alder House Glassblowing in Lincoln City, OR

Alder House Glassblowing Studio

Enjoy glassblowing demonstrations at the oldest glassblowing facility in Oregon. Help design a custom piece of glass art and watch a master artisan bring it to life. The gallery features fine pieces from five different artists. Alder House Website

Mor Art

This fused glass studio offer’s hands-on glass art classes for individuals or groups. Create art pieces in just one day. Adults and children welcome. They also have pieces onsite for sale. Mor Art Website

Art Galleries

Freed GalleryDiscover fine art at teh Freed Gallery in Lincoln City, OR

This gallery features over 100 artists in all mediums from the Northwest, across the US and beyond. The exterior garden features both wind and stone sculptures, which beckon the traveler to stop. Freed Gallery Website

Ryan Gallery

One of the oldest and finest galleries on the Oregon Coast, this gallery is know for its wide variety of artwork, exhibiting original art and crafts from 100 Northwest artists. Ryan Gallery Website

Volta Gallery

Featuring a wide range of art from local artists including photography, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, and a variety of handcrafted glass art. Volta Gallery Website

Pacific Artists Alliance Co-op Gallery

Explore the Connie Hansen Garden in Lincoln City, ORRepresenting nearly 40 artists, this gallery offers large display areas with a changing array of beautiful and affordable artistic creations. The gallery also has a supportive partnership to host fun and informative art classes. Pacific Artists Alliance Website

Mossy Creek Pottery & Gallery

This hidden gem is home to the work of 40 Northwest artists. Inside you’ll find a wide assortment of functional and decorative pottery in an array of glazes, representing the many and varied styles and techniques of our local and regional potters. Mossy Creek Website

Connie Hansen Garden

An oasis of blooms, ponds and trees, the garden is open year round dawn to dusk. There are many enchanted pathways; graveled and grass. Admission
is free. Learn about the Connie Hansen Garden Tillamook Cheese Factory is located about one hour north of Lincoln City, OR

Driftwood Public Library

Stay connected, read a great book or just enjoy the quiet surroundings. The library offers a collection of 80,000 books, tapes, videos and DVDs. You can get a free temporary card while you’re in town. Driftwood Public Library Website

Within a Short Drive

Tillamook Cheese Factory

Tillamook – Visit the factory for a sneak peek at how cheese is made. Tours are free and self-guided. Satisfy your appetite with delicious treats featuring their product. Tillamook Cheese WebsiteOregon Coast Aquarium is located about 30 minutes south of Lincoln City, OR

Oregon Coast Aquarium

Newport – Exhibits are known internationally for the quality of their construction, maintenance and interpretation, and range from those you can touch and hear to those you can see and explore. Experience the ethereal magic of jellyfish and the magnificent colors of the many varieties of fish. Enjoy watching sea otters, harbor seals, and California sea lions. Oregon Coast Aquarium Website

Whale Watching Center

Depoe Bay – The center is the perfect spot for you to watch whales as they blow, dive, spyhop and breach. Whale watching takes place almost year-round on the Oregon Coast. Whale Watching Center Website

LighthousesYaquina Head lightouse is located just 25 minutes south of Lincoln City, OR

There are four lighthouses within a short drive from Lincoln City. Yaquina Head and Bay, Cape Meares and Heceta Head are all sights to be seen. Learn about lighthouses

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