Toledo History Center
208 S. Main St
Toledo History Center displays photographs and artifacts showing the history of the town from settlement to the present. Displays cover logging, the huge CD Johnson sawmill complex, marine industry and boatbuilding, and civic and business life of the small town.
Currently, a major exhibit examines the influence of the Yaquina River on the development of Toledo.
The Center has coordinated the production of two videos about Toledo history which are aired on a local cable access channel, one about an early settler and her memories of the young town, and one about the destruction of a local school by fire in 1979, filmed at the Center on the 30th anniversary of the event.
The Center is staffed by volunteers, and offers programs of local interest every year.