Come visit Seaside and the Oregon Coast!
Seaside offers many different sights to see, check out any of these places of interest during your visit---Oregon's Year Round Beach Resort!
Amusements and Arcades - Amusement rides and arcades are found along Broadway.
Cannes Cinema - 1026 12th Ave. Seaside OR 97138 Phone/ (503)738-0671.
Funland Entertainment Center - 201 Broadway, Seaside, Oregon. (Downtown) Phone/ (541)738-7361. Largest Indoor Family Entertainment Center on the coast.
Miniature Golf - A few miles south of town off Highway 101. Also, go-carts.
Outdoor Fun For All, 407 S. Holladay Dr., Seaside. Phone/ (503) 738-8447. Rollerblades & Skates, Electric Bikes ($15.00 per hour), Low Riders, Seaside Charriots, Kayaks, Trikes, and Biking Rovers Electric Cars ($30.00 per hours).
Seaside Aquarium - 200 N Promenade, Seaside, Oregon. (503)738-6211.
Seaside Museum and Butterfield Cottage - 570 Necanicum Drive, Seaside Oregon. Exhibits include artifacts from archaeologists from the Smithsonian Institution. Butterfield Cottage, a restored 1893 beach cottage that was originally located at 21 N. Columbia, the present site of the Heritage Square Mall.
Evergreen Lanes and Coffee Shop - 3578 Hwy 101 N. Seaside, OR 97138 (503) 738-5333.
Interstate Amusement Co. - 110 Broadway, Seaside Oregon. (503)738-5540. Bumper Cars, Tilt-a-Whirl, miniature golf, ice cream and snacks; under cover.
Prom Bike and Hobby Shop - 622 12th Ave., Seaside, OR 97138 Phone/ (503) 738-8251.
Seaside's Town Center Mall - 300 Broadway, Seaside Oregon. Phone/ (503)738-6728. The Magic of the Carousel, Indoors with over 20 shops and restaurants.
Seaside Antique Mall - Broadway and Holladay, Seaside Oregon.
phone/ (541)717-9312. 88 Antique Dealers. 7 days 10-5, Sat until 8pm.
Seaside Aquarium - 200 N Prom St., Seaside, OR 97138 Phone/ (503)738-6211. The Seaside Aquarium, located at the end of Second Avenue and North Promenade (about two blocks north of the Seaside Turnaround), has a new discovery center and plans to have events all summer. There will be more progress made in the Summer of 1999 on the aquarium's whale exhibit. The building that houses the aquarium was built as a large saltwater swimming pool in the mid-1920's. By 1937, it's popularity as a pool had slowed down, so the facility was converted into an aquarium. The new discovery center, has increased in popularity. There is a "hands-on" open tank which allows visitors to touch starfish and anemones, and the station offers a close-up look at inter-tidal sea life. The Seaside Aquarium is the "first" in the world to successfully breed harbor seals.
41 Sunset Empire Park & Recreation - 1140 Broadway, Seaside Oregon. Sunset Pool-Year round aquatic and Recreation programs, new spa, community and senior center. Playground equipment, Youth center, & Skate park. Open 7 days a week/Activities include: pool table, bumper pool, ping pong, television, electronic games, computer access and programmed activities. Preschool, arts and crafts, and health and fitness programs are also offered. Call (503) 738-3311 or (503) 738-3192 for more information.
Seaside Heli-Tours with Captain Jack. $30 per seat, Just South of Seaside on 101 Phone/ (503) 717-9796, or (503) 648-2831. Operated by Hillsboro Aviation.
The Promenade - Located at the end of Broadway St. Seaside, Oregon. In 1908, a wooden Promenade was built along the ocean front. In 1920 it was reconstructed, this time in concrete, from a well composed design that, as its central focal point at the end of Broadway, incorporated a turnaround for automobiles. The "Turnaround" is the official end of the Lewis and Clark Trail. In 1985, the Prom was renovated. The original design motif was retained and vintage street lamps restored. In 1990, a bronze statue of Lewis and Clark, designed by sculptor Stan Wanlass, was installed at the Turnaround.