Oregon is one of the states of United States Of America in the Pacific Northwest known for its diverse landscape of forests, mountains, farms and beaches. The English language is widely spoken in the area with french and german language on the second number. If you are planning to have vacations in Oregon, there are some places you just need to visit if you want your trip livelier.
Tillamook oregon a city in the county seat of Tillamook County, Oregon. This city attracts tourists and travellers with a lots of good places and tourism spots. Some are given below:
Cape Meares Lighthouse and Wildlife Refuge
Cape Lookout State Park
Munson Creek Falls
Tillamook Forest Center
Tillamook Air Museum
Bear Creek Artichokes
Bayocean Peninsula County Park
Latimer Quilt & Textile Center
Tillamook County Pioneer Museum
- EVERGREEN AVIATION AND SPACE CENTRE
The Airforce Lieutenant and Oregon Native Michael King-Smith founded Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum. The motive of the museum is to preserve the history of air and space flight, as well as to educate the public. The exhibition includes a collection of WWII aircraft, a Titan Missile, a B-17 Bomber and SR-71 Blackbird. Also on display is the cargo hold of the original Spruce Goose, built by Howard Hough. Guests can learn about helicopters, aeroplanes, and rockets, jet fighters and can also tour the Oregon Aviation Hall of Honor, which honours outstanding men and women aviators from the state.
- WESTERN ANTIQUE AEROPLANE AND AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM
If you want to Step into the history of aeroplanes and automobiles, you must go to the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum. The Western antique aeroplane and automobile museum comprises over 2.5 acres and contains one of the largest collections of antique automobiles and aeroplanes in the country. Numerous automobiles, aeroplanes, helicopters, army jeeps, army vehicles, trailers, tractors and trucks are on display in the museum. The museum's administration organizes timely air shows for the visitors, amusing from the active air-crafts in the gallery.
3.PORTLAND JAPANESE GARDEN
Japanese gardens are places of tranquillity and peace, meant for quiet reflection and meditation. The Portland Japanese Garden comprises of more than 5.5-acre plot of land beautifully landscaped in the Japanese tradition. The five gardens of the Portland Japanese Garden incorporate the traditional elements of stone, water, and plants, water basins and bridges.
You can amuse from the plants and architecture throughout the whole year, no matters what season is it. The garden is visited by the adults, researchers and young minds for educational and research bases also apart from visitor's aspect.
- WHALE RESEARCH ECOEXURTIONS
If you want to experience whales in their natural habitat, Whale Research EcoExcursions is the right place for you to visit. Captain Carrie Newell is a founder of the Whale Research Ecoexurtions; professor of marine biology and a whale researcher. She and her team lead daily excursions to see grey whales as they migrate up and down the West Coast. It takes guests on comfortable boats and provides rain gear, coats, gloves, and hats for the trip. Excursions are open 365 days a year, but the best time of year for whale viewing is during the summer months because of the sunny weather doubles the amusement to see whales in natural habitat. Tours must be booked online in advance to avoid any weather inconvenience delay of operations.
- OTHER PLACES TO VISIT IN OREGON
Apart from the above-mentioned places, there are many more places like Hartfield Marine Science Centre, Wanderlust Tours, High Desert Museum, Washington Park, Powell's books store, Lan Su Chinese Garden and many more to make your trip memorable.