Burrows House Museum is at 545 S.W. 9th St. Built in 1895, the Queen Anne-style home served as a residence, boarding house and funeral parlor before being dedicated as a museum in 1978. The museum's changing exhibits showcase maritime history, pioneer settlement, logging, tourism and the Coast Reservation. There's also a traditional Victorian parlor, historic law office and a research library.
The building was relocated to its current site in 1976, and since that time it has also served as the headquarters of the Lincoln County Historical Society.