The Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC) is the premiere performance venue on the Oregon coast. It is home to a group of resident companies affectionately called the PACRATs. This Performing Arts Center Resident Artist Team consists of community music, theatre, and dance producers who keep the facility busy year-round. It also serves touring artists, non-profits, for profits, and individuals as space permits.
The PAC has two performances spaces, the Alice Silverman Theatre and the David Ogden Stiers Theatre. The Silverman is a 328-seat, proscenium, stage theatre with a full range of technical capabilities. The David Ogden Stiers Theatre is a black box space which can be arranged to seat up to 80.
Displays relics and historical information featuring the Siuslaw River and its pioneers. Home life, farming, fishing, lumbering and transportation are shown in displays and pictures. Wheelchair ramp. Closed Mondays. Closed in December
Picnicking with whale watching, beachcombing and a view of the beach. There are approximately five miles of sandy beach with China Creek to the south of the park. J.C Ponsler donated the land in 1938 in memory of his wife,...