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Historic Taft District

In the Historic Taft District you’ll find shopping, the history of glass floats, the oldest bar on the coast and art galleries to explore.

At the Lincoln City Glass Center you can watch local glass artisans work with intense heat to craft floats, bowls and vases, or take part in a hands-on class to create your own beautiful glass art. Peruse their local gallery, and discover paperweights, ornaments and other unique creations. Visit MOR Art, a fused glass art studio where you can create your own fused glass art, as well as browse creations from local artists.

Every adventure starts somewhere, and Lincoln City’s begins at the North Lincoln County Historical Museum, where the origin story of our city unfolds. Learn about the settling of the area, the history of glass floats on our beaches and how Lincoln City got its name.

A staple of the Pacific Coast, Mo’s Restaurant has been a landmark for over 70 years. Breathe in the gorgeous Siletz Bay view as you enjoy a hot bowl of Mo’s world-famous chowder. Or enjoy a delicious craft beer, pub-inspired dishes and live music at Rusty Truck Brewery.

The oldest bar on the Oregon Coast, Snug Harbor Bar & Grill has been a part of the Historic Taft District since the turn of the century. Come here for delicious, savory meals and your nightly dose of live music and karaoke.

Essential gear for every surfing enthusiast can be discovered here. New to surfing? Take a lesson with a surfing professional to help get your toes wet. One of the best places to catch a Lincoln City sunset, Siletz Bay is perfect for crabbing, clamming, enjoying a beach bonfire or listening to the sound of the Harbor Seals cry across the Bay along the Salishan spit.

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Surfing From waist-high waves to over-40-foot swells on the Nelscott Reef, you’ll find world-class surfing along the shores of Lincoln City.

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Fishing Cast your line, wait for the telltale tug, watch your pole bend and reel in dinner from the ocean, a river, a stream or Devils Lake.

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