Housed in a scaled down replica of the Mormon Tabernacle, the Coos County Logging Museum preserves the history of Coos County’s logging industry as well as provides a memorial to those who lost their lives working in the timber industry.

The opportunity to view the massive selection of old-time logging photographs and fascinating artifacts attracts visitors from around the world. From bull and horse team displays to early day power tools, the museum is also home to the Alexander Benjamin Warnock collection of myrtlewood köpa melatonin carvings. The collection includes nine timber related scenes in a variety of sizes, the largest measuring 3-1/2 feet by 5 feet.