- TripBuzz found 21 things to do indoors in the Yachats area. From Little Log Church to Wave Gallery, Yachats offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 21 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 21 different types of things to do inside in or near Yachats, Oregon. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Religious Buildings, Winery/Vineyard and Spas.
- There are 8 indoor activities in Yachats, and 13 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Newport and Florence.
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2030 SE Marine Science Dr, Newport, OR 97365 MoreLess Info
The Hatfield Marine Science Center is a working learning research lab dedicated to helping people learn more about marine life. At the visitor's center, people can learn about sustainable fishing, tidal pools, and erosion, while nearby guests can see the Pacific Ocean and watch for whales.
A fun place for the whole family is Newport's The Wax Works wax museum. The museum features an array of wax and fiberglass figures created to represent some of the finest movie stars, villains and heroes of our time.
With the focus on maritime history, Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center provides exhibits and displays containing maritime artifacts like photographs, boat parts, and more. The center is located in a historic mansion.
The Newport Performing Arts Center is a community owned facility that hosts a variety of plays as well as hosting touring musical artists and comedians. In addition to the performances, the Center provides audiences with stunning coastal views.
Independently owned and operated, City Lights Cinema features a wide variety of filmed entertainment, including first run Hollywood films, independent and art house films, movies from all over the world, high definition performing arts, and even live events.
Home to the historical information and artifacts of the Siuslaw Area is the Siuslaw Pioneer Museum. The museum houses displays of historic fishing equipment and logging tools once used by the fisherman and loggers of Florence.