The Burrows House is filled with hundreds of objects from the Lincoln County Historical Society’s collection, a collection that has more than 40,000 artifacts in all. The house has been the site of Smithsonian exhibits and the historical society’s offices upstairs. The society is an affiliate of the Oregon Historical Society. The old home, which was moved from its perch near Highway 101 in the mid-1970s, also houses the research library. When you take a tour through the house, try to wait for a volunteer to become available because it makes the experience much more in-depth. While each exhibit does have a card with a story, hearing even more of the history of items makes the experience one you soon won’t forget.