Culture & Museums

Activities: Beach, Culture & Museums, Fishing, Crabbing & Clamming, Walking & Hiking

Did you know that Fall is one of the BEST times to visit the Oregon Coast? In case you haven’Autumn is so lovely in fact, many of our locals refer to it as the Oregon Coast’s “Second Summer”. A few of the perks of traveling…

Activities: Culture & Museums

It’s here! After months of anticipation and nine years of development, The University of Oregon has opened a brand new public museum and aquarium for visitors of all ages in Charleston! The 6,000-square-foot Charleston Marine Life Center,…

Activities: Culture & Museums

“The new Coos History Museum & Maritime Collection is designed to celebrate our unique regional identity and heritage. It ensures that today’s visitors, and future generations, will understand the story of the people, places, and events…

Activities: Culture & Museums, Events, Fairs & Festivals, Historical

Festival of Sail

Thursday, 5/5/2016 to Tuesday, 5/17/2016
50 Central Ave
Coos Bay, OR 97420
541-269-02015
800-200-5239
info@oregonsadventurecoast.com

Dockside Tours, Battle Sails, Educational Tours and passage are available for the annual arrival of the Tall Ships. This year’s event will be extra special as BOTH the Lady Washington & Hawaiian Chieftain will be here. Please note that…

Activities: Culture & Museums, Entertainment & Nightlife

The 37th Oregon Coast Music Festival is in full swing and we are ready for Classical Week 2015! This week, Coos Bay concert-goers will be treated to three classical concerts by the outstanding Festival Orchestra led by legendary Conductor, James…

Activities: Culture & Museums, Miscellaneous

Fall is one of our favorite times of year here on the southern Oregon coast. Not only do we have fabulous festivals and events happening almost every weekend, Coos Bay visitors and residents are treated to fabulous free musical entertainment every…

Activities: Culture & Museums

Though the beautiful new Coos History Museum has technically been open for several months, the museum is inviting the public to help celebrate it’s official grand opening and a new era of cultural and tourism for Coos Bay’s historic…

Activities: Culture & Museums, Eat & Drink, Entertainment & Nightlife, Events, Historical, Theaters

Historic Egyptian Theatre

229 S. Broadway
Coos Bay, OR 97420
(541) 269-8650

The Egyptian Theatre, built in 1925, is located downtown at 229 South Broadway on the main street of the City of Coos Bay. Due to the Theatre’s historical significance, and to the commitment of Helen Doving to historical research, the Egyptian…

Activities: Culture & Museums, Historical, Shopping, Walking & Hiking

What now makes up the central district of Coos Bay was called Marshfield until 1944 when residents voted to change the name to Coos Bay to match the name of the Bay itself. The City of Marshfield was named after the Massachusetts home town of the…

Activities: Culture & Museums, Historical, Walking & Hiking

BRIEF HISTORY OF NORTH BEND Asa Simpson – sea captain, shipbuilder, lumber- man – built a sawmill and shipyard in the mid 1850’s at the north bend of the Coos Bay. Most famous of the 55 vessels built here (1858-1903) was the Western Shore,…