Seaside Museum's annual gingerbread tea with delicious cakes
and iced gingerbread men, hot spiced tea and chocolate.
Musician Jeff Blanche will be performing Christmas music on the
saxophone, guitar, flute and harmonica.
Admission to the tea is $5 for adults and $3 for children 12
The first tea will be Nov. 26, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the
Butterfield Cottage. Additional teas will be Dec. 3, 10 and 17.
Holiday Lighted Parade & Caroling. The annual yuletide event where local groups and organizations march in this nighttime parade. light the Seaside Tree and enjoy complimentary cookies and warm beverages. November 24
December 26 - January 1: Whale Watch Week. Volunteers help you spot whales all along the coast.
Promenade is legendary and stretches 2 miles along the beautiful ocean beaches. Completed in 1921, the Turnaround is located where Broadway intersects with the Prom. This marks the official end of the Lewis and Clark Trail which is marked with a bronze statue.
Salt Works National Monument is the location where Lewis & Clark extracted salt for the preservation of meats and fish during their long trip eastward. The monument is located in Seaside, on Lewis and Clark Way between Beach Drive and the Prom
Seaside Aquarium is one of the oldest on the west coast and located in the old natatorium built in 1937. Changing displays and their famous seals entice visitors again and again.
Located in the historic Butterfield Cottage, the
Seaside Museum contains a vast history of the area from the earliest native inhabitants to Lewis & Clark to recent historic events.
Tillamook Rock Light, known as "Terrible Tilly" is located 1 1/2 miles out at sea. Built in 1880, it is currently privately owned but can be seen from Seaside and Cannon Beach.