Astoria, Oregon

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Astoria, Oregon, USA

Attractions in Astoria, Oregon

Historic Homes & Buildings

  • Captain George Flavel House Museum
    441 Eighth Street, Astoria, OR 97103
    Eighth & Duane Streets
    503-325-2203, Step back to the turn-of-the-century at this historic Queen Anne-style Victorian home filled with period furnishings and elegant woodwork, featuring a three story... more info  map

  • Liberty Theatre
    Commercial Street
    On the National Register of Historic Places, there are plans in the works to transform this ornate Italian Renaissance style theatre into a performing arts center. more info

Historic Sites & Monuments

  • Astoria Column
    Friends of the Column, P.O. Box 717, Astoria, OR 97103
    503-325-2963, Commanding spectacular views from Astoria's highest hill and patterned after the Trajan Column in Rome, the Astoria Column stands 125 feet tall and has 164 steps... more info

  • Fort Clatsop National Memorial
    1832 US Highway 101, Astoria, OR 97103
    503-861-2471, As the site where the Lewis and Clark Expedition wintered during the period of late 1805 to early 1806, this memorial features a reconstructed fort, a visitor center and... more info

Museums & Galleries

  • Astoria Children's Museum
    2968 Marine Drive, Astoria, OR 97103
    Located on 2nd Floor of the Firefighter's Museum
    503-325-8669, Children of all ages will enjoy the imaginative exhibits and programs at this museum. Permanent exhibits include boats to sail, a child-sized grocery store, and a... more info  map

  • Clatsop County Heritage Museum
    16th & Exchange Streets
    503-325-2203, Learn about Clatsop County's history at this museum, which features a variety of permanent exhibits on natural history, geology, early immigrants and settlers, important... more info

  • Columbia River Maritime Museum
    1792 Marine Drive, Astoria, OR 97103
    503-325-2323, Explore the development of the Northwest's maritime history at the official maritime museum of the state of Oregon and the finest of it's kind on the West Coast. This... more info  map

  • Uppertown Firefighters Museum
    503-325-2203, Originally built in 1896 as part of the North Pacific Brewery, the historic building housing this museum closed to Prohibition in 1915 and was later transformed into a... more info

Tours & Cruises

  • Astoria Riverfront Trolley
    Riverfront between Basin & 36th Streets
    503-325-2831, This restored 1914 trolley travels three miles along the Columbia River while the conductor narrates the area's history and attractions. Round trip rides take about 40... more info

  • Columbia River Discovery Tours
    West End Mooring Basin
    Climb aboard this beautiful 42-foot boat and experience an educational historical or natural history tour about the area. Charters are also available. more info

  • Columbia River EcoTours
    West End Mooring Basin
    One of Astoria's premiere tourist attractions, this jet boat tour focuses on the Native American culture from the 1800's to present as well as what life was like for... more info


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