Cranberry Museum

2907 Pioneer Road, Long Beach, WA, United States

360-642-5553

Visit 10am - 5pm Daily • April 1st - December 15th & by appointment • Walking Tours Open Year-Round

Cranberries are as American as apple pie – in fact, even more so! Long before the Pilgrims arrived in 1620, and before Lewis and Clark walked these parts a century ago, Native Americans combined crushed cranberries with dried deer meat and melted fat to make pemmican – a convenience food that would keep a long time.

Visit our Museum and learn both the history of this garnet colored berry as well as key phases of the industry from bog preparation and planting to marketing cranberry products.

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