RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: As we continue our phased re-opening, the health and safety of our guests, our employees and our community remains our top priority. We’re excited to welcome the public back to the Tillamook Creamery visitors center by reservation only for self-guided tours, dining, ice cream, and to stock up on favorites at the market gift shop. Book your visit at VisitTillamookCreamery.com.
ADDRESS4165 Highway 101 North
Tillamook, OR 97141
CONTACTTILLAMOOK CREAMERY VISITOR QUESTIONS: 503-815-1300
TILLAMOOK COUNTY CREAMERY ASSOCIATION: 800-542-7290
Caring for the Cows
Ever wonder about the day-to-day on a dairy farm? We’re opening the barn door to give you a glimpse at what goes into keeping beautiful bovines healthy and happy.Tour The Exhibit
Behind the Cheese Scenes
Check out each step of our time-tested cheesemaking process in action in the Viewing Gallery. Here you can look down on our factory floor as our farm-fresh milk transforms into huge blocks of future cheese. Once you’ve learned it all, samples await.Tour The Viewing Gallery
Shop Our Store
Take Tillamook Home
Wear (or share) your love of dairy goodness at our general store and pantry. From tote bags to t-shirts, specialty cheese, and Oregon-made kitchen staples, you can bring home one-of-a-kind goodies and products from your visit.Tour The Shop
Welcoming You To Our World
Designed by iconic Seattle-based architect duo, Olson-Kundig, The Creamery is made to look like a modern barn. The big windows let in plenty of light and give our guests views of the natural beauty that surrounds us.
Chief Creamery Greeter
Meet Flower, Tillamook’s very own award-winning show cow. She stands guard of all the tastiness that lives inside and keeps a friendly eye on the guests as they enter.
Meet More Cows360°
Look Up! It’s Floating Loafs!
This sculpture was also designed by Olson Kundig and inspired by the cheddar blocks created right here in the factory. All art should be this delicious looking.
Caring For Our Cows
Some of our farmer owners have been Tillamook farmers for four generations. When it comes to cow care, our ladies get pampered with the best care, from fitness trackers and extra soft bedding to rolling back massagers and perfectly prepared feed.
Milking all the cows in Tillamook by hand would take forever! That’s why our farms use more modern methods like fully-automated, robotic milkers or the more traditional milking parlor pictured here. Come give it a try!
Milking On The FarmPlay
Do You Know Your Cows?
In the farm exhibit, you can also learn about all the different cows that live in the area. Holsteins have unique patterns–no two are alike. Jersey cows have the richest milk of all.
The Loaf Low-Down
In the Viewing Gallery, take a behind-the-scenes look at our cheese factory. You’ll discover just how we turn high-quality milk into award-winning cheddar. Yep! That’s real future Tillamook cheese down there. Next stop: aging for anywhere from 3 months to 5 years.
Watch Our Time-Tested ProcessPlay
Sample The Goods
Want to know a secret? We always switch up the cheese samples so you can try something new every time you visit!
Come Graze With Us
Our new Northwest-inspired menu, created by one of Portland’s top chefs, Sarah Schafer, includes many of the classic Tillamook cheese dishes, but don’t miss the fried cheese curds!
Cup or Cone?
If you’re in the mood for a sweet treat, you won’t want to miss our ice cream counter. Here, our iconic, super creamy flavors are scooped up big. And, you didn’t hear it from us, but sometimes we serve up new flavors before they hit stores.
Kid Scoop 2.5
Get the scoop on Special Batch & Creamery exclusive flavors on our menu board.
The General Store
Grab a Memento
No trip to the Tillamook Creamery is complete without a little keepsake! Grab something for the dairy lover in your life with cool water bottles, hats, and kids' books. Or snag some Tillamook gear for yourself to wear proudly wherever you go.
For The Kitchen
Get your hands on limited edition vintages and exclusive flavors you can’t find anywhere else. Foodies will love the collection of Oregon-made essentials. But you can always just fill your shopping basket with your favorite loaf for yourself–we won’t tell.