A local history museum and research library in a Queen Anne–style Victorian home from 1895.
Built in 1895 as a home for newlyweds Susan and John Burrows, both in their 60s. The house was originally located at Alder and the Coast Highway. At the time, it was isolated and surrounded by dense shore pine. Its location between the Bayfront and Nye Beach earned it the nickname “The Half-Way House.”
The Bank of Newport purchased the property and house in 1976 and donated the house to the Lincoln County Historical Society which moved the building to its current location next to the Log Cabin Museum. The building officially became a museum with an open house and dedication on Sunday, September 24, 1978.
Experience a one-of-a-kind, completely customized outdoor science learning opportunity with varied curricula for grades 1–12. We work with you to tailor the program to a particular concept or benchmark of your choice using living ecosystems and fresh air as teaching...