Astoria Riverfront Trolley (541) 325-6311 1 Basin St Astoria, OR 97103 http://www.old300.org Ride a restored 1913 trolley for 2.6 miles along the Columbia River in Astoria. Catch it anywhere on the riverfront between Basin and 39th streets. Roundtrip ride is $1, an all day pass is $2. The round trip takes about an hour.
Astoria Music Festival 503-325-9896 1271 Commercial Street Astoria, OR 97103 http://astoriamusicfestival.org In one short decade the Astoria Music Festival has become one of the most active summer musical events in the Northwest. There’s something for every taste and pocketbook from opera and full orchestral music to “Classics 4 Kids,” dance performances, intimate chamber music and… Read More Astoria Music Festival
Pier 39 (503) 325-2502 100 39th Street Astoria, OR 97103 http://www.pier39-astoria.com/index.php/en/ Pier 39 – Astoria, has executive office rentals and artists lofts also available; you can eat pizza and drink beer at Rogue Ale Public House or sit and relax with an award winning latte at Coffee Girl; a dive compressor at the SCUBA shop… Read More Astoria Pier 39
Astoria Sunday Market 503-325-1010 12th Street Astoria, OR 97103 http://astoriasundaymarket.com Every Sunday from May to October, a 3-block stretch of 12th Street in downtown Astoria says goodbye to cars, and hello to fresh fruits and vegetables, other farm products, garden goods, art, crafts, wood works, music and food of all descriptions.
Shallon Winery 503-325-5978 1598 Duane Street Astoria, OR 97103 http://shallon.com/ “The winemaker at Shallon Winery is Paul van der Veldt. He is also the owner and the host. It is he that most times would greet you, show you the winery, serve you tastes of the current wines, interrogate you as to your occupations, discuss… Read More Astoria Shallon Winery
Heritage Museum 503-325-2203 16th and Exchange Astoria, OR 97103 http://www.cumtux.org Features permanent exhibits interpreting Clatsop County’s history, including natural history, geology, Native American artifacts, early immigrants and settlers of the region, and important nautical events. The building contains over 10,000 cataloged historic photographs
Goonies 503-325-6311 732 Duane Street Astoria, OR 97103 http://love-and-adventure.com/goonies-tour-of-astoria-or/ The Goonies is a favorite movie from the 80s and many of its scenes were filmed in and around Astoria. We see many fans of the film visiting our community each week, some making the journey just to see the “goondocks” themselves and others adding it… Read More Astoria Goonies
Flavel House Museum (503) 325-2203 441 8th St Astoria, OR 97103 http://www.cumtux.org/default.asp?pageid=35&deptid=1 A historic 1885 Queen Anne Style Victorian Home and period furnishings enable visitors to imagine life at the turn of the last century, with hipped roof, balconies, verandas and three-story tower,all restored to original form
Columbia River Maritime Museum (503) 325-2323 1792 Marine Drive Astoria, OR 97103 http://www.crmm.org The Museum specializes in maritime artifacts from the Columbia River and the Pacific Northwest with a collection that has grown to more than 30,000 objects, 20,000 photographs, and a 10,000-volume research library – making it one of the foremost repositories of Pacific… Read More Astoria Columbia River Maritime Museum
Astoria-Megler Bridge Across the Mouth of the Columbia Astoria, OR 97103 http://columbiariverimages.com/Regions/Places/astoria_megler_bridge.htmlThe Astoria-Megler Bridge, which was formally dedicated August 27, 1966, stretches 4.1 miles from Astoria, Oregon, across the mouth of the Columbia River, to Point Ellice, Washington. Its construction was an impressive feat. The bridge’s main span is 1,232 feet in length, the longest… Read More Astoria-Megler Bridge