Tillamook Creamery

No trip to Tillamook is complete without a stop at the creamery. 

Sample their world-famous cheeses, and grab a scoop of the creamiest ice cream ever made. But don’t forget the Creamery also boasts a café that serves real food made with real ingredients – everything from artisan pizzas, gourmet mac n cheese, salads topped with fresh seafood, and of course Northwest brews and wine options for those 21 and over. There’s also a gift shop featuring Oregon-made foods, drinks, clothes, souvenirs and more.

Take a free, self-guided tour where you’ll get to see videos, historical displays and interactive kiosks about Tillamook. You’ll even get a behind the scenes look at the Tillamook cheesemaking room and packaging line.

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 4.0/5 TripAdvisor Traveler Rating based on 3193 reviews


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    October 18, 2021

    Visiting a Very Merry Dairy

    I think the Creamery has done an excellent job of laying out a self-guided tour and providing their history as well. Ate in the cafeteria and had the grilled cheese (what else??) and chowder. And topped it off with some very delicious creamy ice cream!! Don't forget to get your picture taken in the Tillamook Bus.

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    October 15, 2021

    If you love cheese and ice cream . . . you must stop here

    Took the self-guided tour and learned about the cheese-making process, which we found interesting. Ate lunch after the tour. Our group tried the grilled cheese, cheeseburgers, cheese curds, and mac and cheese - all were delicious! Of course, we had to try the ice cream too (never had it before). We weren't disappointed. It was outstanding! FYI - There was a person at the entrance making sure everyone had on a mask. There are tables both inside and outside to eat on. You can only order ice cream from outside though. We enjoyed this visit, and had to buy some of their ice cream when we returned to our homes in IL.

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    October 5, 2021

    I'd go for the food....

    We stopped here on our way through because everyone told us we had to. We arrived hungry so went right to the cafeteria. Well, I had the best cheeseburger I've had in a long time at Tillamook Creamery. It sat on a perfect bun, had the right combination of condiments added and was simply delicious, or maybe the Tillamook cheddar cheese made it. I also tried the fried cheese curds which I loved and I am not an adventurous eater. Even the soda was good! The cafeteria had a cool vibe to it and there was outdoor seating as well. After our bellies were full, we did the tour. There really wasn't much going on in the tour and I don't really feel any more educated about the process of making cheese. The ice cream line was way too long for us to wait and we were still full from lunch so we were on our way. Bottom line: We had a great lunch at the creamery.

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    October 5, 2021

    Fun family outing with ice cream treats

    A free stop but it was super busy. This was our third visit to the creamery and our kids still enjoyed watching the factory process. Parents still enjoyed eating the cheese. And everyone enjoyed the ice cream.

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    September 19, 2021

    Good ice cream, not much to see

    Creamery has been modernized since we were there last. Cheddaring tables are no longer in use so all that you can see are stainless steel machines and the packaging line. Big blocks of cheese cut into smaller blocks and vacuum sealed. Disappointing. No samples due to the pandemic. Ice cream is excellent and you get a really good sized scoop for $3. Food looked good but we didn't eat there. Parking lot needs to be paved for all the traffic that goes through the place. Prices in the store are the same that I see at our local Winco. Nothing special there.

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