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Astoria is a small town that is easy to get around in. Shuttles took us from one end to the other. And for $5 there was a school bus to take you to the column. The highlights were the maritime musum, and the column. There...More
Walking around Astoria I came across this place.
Great 2 level antique and vintage store.
Great place to find what your looking for... from small to large..... this place has it.... even shabby chic items.
The couple that run the place were very friendly and...More
This is a two-level antiquing experience, with good prices. Many vendors means many different types of products, including new, on-trend pieces. We found several treasures that went home with us....and the employees were friendly and helpful. This shop had pieces that were unusual to the...More
I fell in love with Astoria years ago. We stayed at the Crest hotel several times and at a rv park right next to the pier. There are many sites to visit, museum's, old houses,bridges, the food is wonderful. The have a wonderful farmers market....More
Very cute city. Start visiting this place with climbing 166 steps at the Astoria Column which will give you 360 degree view in entire Astoria. Great town, I want to come back here. Most likely when whales are also here ( spring and fall ).
Stayed 2 nights in July. At first I was disappointed, but not by the second day. This is an old river/sea town hard by the Columbia River. They have a Riverwalk and you can walk from The Holiday Inn Express to Buoy Beer for a...More
A very good museum that covers the early days of sailing along the Washington and Oregon coast and into the Columbia River, up to current US Coast Guard activities. Docked next to the museum is the former Coast Guard lightship Columbia that is open for...More
My husband and I went on the ship's excursion for this town. We really enjoyed the Columbia River Maritime Museum. We learned about the Bar and how dangerous the water is where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean. Water swells can reach as high...More
I can't say enough about Astoria. It is one of our favorite places to spend a long weekend. Only 2 hours from Portland, it has something for everyone. The Maritime Museum is one of the best in the USA, the Astoria Column has breathtaking views,...More