Vernonia Pioneer Museum

The museum includes artifacts from the throughout the county. You will see a variety of rocks and other items from the local Native American tribes. In addition to that, we have logging information, pictures and tools, as well as items depicting the life of early settlers in the Nehalem Valley region.

Admission is free and it is a wonderful place for families to visit. Vernonia Museum is an ADA accessible building. We welcome groups, but appointments are encouraged.

Location and Hours

Location: 511 East Bridge Street, Vernonia
Phone: 503-429-3713
June through September Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 1 pm to 4 pm
October through May Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 1 pm to 4 pm


The museum was accepted to the “National Register of Historic Buildings” in 2002

Inside the museum