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Cranberry Museum

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Address: 2907 Pioneer Rd, Long Beach, WA 98631-5011
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Free museum, lots of old equipment tools and articles on display in two average sized rooms, self guided tour and even reading all information can be through in 30/45 minute... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Michelle R
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Free museum, lots of old equipment tools and articles on display in two average sized rooms, self guided tour and even reading all information can be through in 30/45 minute. Interesting details about how bogs are harvested and items are neat. Great activity for rainy day. Probably not great retain attention young children and items cannot be touched but well... More 

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1 Thank Michelle R
Poulsbo, Washington
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The weather wasn't cooperating at the beach, so it's off for a mostly inside activity - The Cranberry Museum. It's not very big, and only takes an hour to see everything and walk around - but you'll understand pretty everything you'll ever want to know about the cranberry indistry when your done! Inside are examples of early farming tools specialized... More 

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1 Thank tom m
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

So much interesting information. Explained both wet and dry farming of cranberries and how things have changed throughout the years. Only took approx 30 minutes to go through and read everything. No cover charge, donations welcomed and well deserved. Cute attached gift shop. They have done a wonderful job!

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Thank Dawnelle B
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Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

We have been here several times. It is interesting to learn how cranberries are grown and harvested. The museum houses some of the machines that were used and a nice little gift shop. You also get to check out the fields.

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Thank warpat03
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Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

Somehow I missed the note that the museum is closed in the off-season. We still enjoyed and learned a lot from the self-guided bog tour! Would love to go back during harvest season!

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Thank PNWwetwalker
Quincy, Washington
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Reviewed 1 December 2016

Title says it all. And if you like cranberry goodies they have plenty of options to choose from. Check it out and enjoy for yourself.

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Thank RayRayyB
St. George, Utah
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11 reviews
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Reviewed 15 November 2016

This quaint little museum is nice to visit if you like learning about the history and background of the area. They have lots of items that are intended to capture some of your tourist money.

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3 Thank Mical T
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Reviewed 2 November 2016

I wasn't expecting much fun as we visited the Cranberry Museum but was pleasantly surprised. The museum was small but was crammed full of cool displays and historical memorabilia. The gift shop while pricey was full of specialty cranberry items that were unique and probably not available at too many places. The outdoors walk showed the cranberry fields which we... More 

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2 Thank Craig L
Boise, Idaho
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Reviewed 1 November 2016

This is a great little museum dedicated to the craft of growing and harvesting cranberries. We enjoyed it, and picked up some unique gifts for the kids. Great place to spend a rainy coastal afternoon.

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Georgia
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Reviewed 14 October 2016

If you are in the long beach area and are looking for something to do, you can spend at least 30min to an hour here and it will be enjoyable. The museum is actually rather small, but how much can you really say about cranberry's after all. You can get to see the vines in the bogs and if you're... More 

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