Welcome 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.
COVID-19 Update

Updates as of March 12:

Per the latest state guidelines in Oregon, effective March 12, 2022, masks are no longer required in indoor public places and therefore will no longer be required at The Creamery. Our Creamery will remain mask-friendly, and we respect and support any individual guest or staff member’s choice to wear a mask at any time. We also ask visitors to please maintain social distancing whenever possible. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we continue to prioritize the health and safety of our visitors and our employees.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Visit Us

Tour theTillamook Creamery

We offer free self-guided Tillamook Creamery tours.

Get started in the Grand Entrance, learn more in the Farm Exhibit, explore the Viewing Gallery and finish off in the Dining Hall and Shop. You can start wherever you like, grab a lick of ice cream when the mood strikes, and set your own pace as you learn about our heritage. No reservations are needed for the self-guided Tillamook Creamery tours.

Tilla Tip: Come during the week to see our employees working in the facility real-time!
Get the Ultimate Tillamook Experience

We’re excited to invite you to the Tillamook Creamery where we offer new reserved premium experiences where you can learn about our cheesemaking process and get an exclusive hands-on look (and taste) on some of our premium dairy products. Check out our experience offerings at the link below.

Give the Gift of Tillamook

Looking to give the gift of a special experience? We now offer electronic gift certificates for all of our Tillamook Creamery experiences.

Virtual Tour
Tillamook Creamery

Plan Your Visit

What to See

Chief Creamery Greeter
Meet Flower, our 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.
Look Up. It’s Floating Loaves!
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.
Cow exhibit
Go Hands-On
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.
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.
Graze With Us
Our American Classic inspired menu with a cheesy twist, created by Tillamook’s Executive Chef, Josh Archibald. Rediscover a new favorite dish, but don’t forget 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.
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.

Questions About Your Visit

Is the Tillamook Creamery open to visitors?

Our number one priority is to protect the health and safety of our employees and guests. For the most up to date information on hours and offerings, please click  here.

Can I bring my pet on the tour of the Tillamook Creamery?

Due to health and safety regulations, pets are not allowed inside the Creamery. You may bring a service animal on the tour. However, pets are more than welcome in the outside seating area and parking lot!

Where can I buy Tillamook Cheese Curds?

Tillamook Cheddar Cheese Curds are exclusively sold at the Tillamook Creamery, Tillamook Market (at the PDX Airport), and our Online Shop. Tillamook Cheese Curds aren’t available in grocery stores because they lose their freshness quickly. Come visit us at the Creamery or Tillamook Market and try some samples, or visit our Online Shop to have them shipped fresh from our factory directly to your home!

What’s the address for the Tillamook Creamery?

The Tillamook Creamery is located on the Oregon Coast! Address 4165 Highway 101 North Tillamook, OR 97141

Is the Tillamook Creamery wheelchair accessible?

Yes! The Tillamook Creamery is wheelchair accessible. We also have wheelchairs available to rent on a first-come, first-served basis.

Why did you rebuild your facility in Tillamook?

The old building for visitors in Tillamook was more than 60 years old. It held a lot of memories for us, but we are excited to have a brand new space that is bigger, more interactive, and has more unique features for our guests to enjoy. The new facility also includes much-needed “back of house” upgrades to help the Creamery run more smoothly.

What changes were made at the new Tillamook Creamery?

Some of the new features include:

  • A larger dining area with more indoor seating and a spacious outdoor covered patio for visitors to enjoy year-round.

  • A new menu, showcasing Tillamook products and other high quality, wholesome real food ingredients, including wood fired pizzas, our favorite grilled cheese sandwiches and much more. The new menu will also feature wine and beer from the Pacific Northwest.

  • An expanded Tillamook Ice Cream counter, available for indoor and seasonal outdoor service.

  • A large retail space featuring Tillamook products and high-quality gifts and souvenirs available for purchase all in one, easy-to-shop area.

  • An enhanced viewing experience of our cheese production and packaging operations with better acoustics and exhibit signage, as well as a small theater space where visitors can view short videos about how Tillamook products are made.

  • An in-depth farm exhibit where visitors can learn about cows, dairy technology, and life on the farm.

  • More samples than ever before!

Who designed the new Tillamook Creamery?

Award-winning, Seattle-based architecture firm Olson Kundig has designed our new Tillamook Creamery. Olson Kundig has designed numerous museums, exhibits, and visitors centers, as well as breweries, wineries, and restaurants.

Do you offer food at the Tillamook Creamery?

Yes! Our Food Hall has lunch and dinner, as well as an ice cream counter. You can find our Food Hall menu and our ice cream menu here.

Do you offer separate meal preparation for those with allergies?

Absolutely. We offer gluten-free bread and are happy to prepare your meal separately on our allergen-free grill with fresh utensils at your request. At our ice cream counter, feel free to ask our staff to use a fresh scoop and/or open a new carton of ice cream for your sweet treat. Your safety is our top priority!

Do you make any dairy-free ice creams?

We do not make any dairy-free products. However, we do offer a fruit sorbet option at our ice cream counter at the Tillamook Creamery so that everyone can enjoy a delicious dessert! You can find our ice cream menu here.


Dine-in and Take-Out Food Service and Ice Cream Now Available

Looking to get a juicy burger, gooey Tillamook grilled cheese, or some scoops of ice cream to enjoy? With the latest CDC and Oregon Health Authority guidelines, capacity limits and social distancing requirements have now been lifted in the state of Oregon, which means you can now order for dine-in and takeout, 7 days a week from 10am to 6pm. No reservations needed.