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Oregon Film Museum

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Oregon Film Museum

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Your day is guided by a native born Oregonian who has spent most of their life exploring the Oregon Coast.<br>They know the history, the hidden gems and many personal stories about this beautiful scenic byway of the Pacific Northwest.<br>Please ask questions, bring you camera as you will want to take many pictures. Your friends and family back home will have to see it to believe it.
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TravelingMerm wrote a review Sep 2020
Monrovia, California1,291 contributions58 helpful votes
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This is a must-see for any self-respecting Goonies fan! And if you’re visiting Astoria, likely your are a fan lol. Yeah, it’s a small museum as some reviews have pointed out, but it was still super fun for a quick excursion, especially if you loved The Goonies or are just a movie-buff in general. It was so fun to see some of the original props and things used in the movie, like Data’s outfit with all his gadgets and even One-Eyed Willie and all his rich stuff! I caught a fleeting feeling of being a kid again while I was bouncing around in here lol! The exterior is where they filmed the opening jail break scene! And once you enter, you’re immersed in the Goondocks! It was so fun! They also have an area where you can fill out a small note as to why you love the Goonies or what you think makes you a good Goonie and you can add it to the wall! Parking is right across from the Flavel House Museum and also has street parking. The websites don’t mention this, but you can get a combined ticket for both museums plus a third one at a small discount so it’s worth it! They also have some info and exhibits of other movies filmed in Oregon (there are TONS filmed here!) and you can even make your own little movie at the end! The gift shop has some cool merch - I definitely walked away with more than I anticipated lol! Gotta stop in if you are even a small fan!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Roberta S wrote a review Jul 2020
Foxhome, Minnesota38 contributions13 helpful votes
This is such a typical "tourist trap". Only took 5 minutes & nothing really worth seeing. You can get more from a self-guided tour around Astoria & the area. Save your money. The Jeep wasn't even on location, as advertised.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Cassie W wrote a review Jul 2020
Tacoma, Washington26 contributions20 helpful votes
Took us 5 minutes to tour everything. Staff was very friendly just not worth the fee to even go in. You have to purchase tickets there to tour Flavel House. Go in for those!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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pastorgiffin wrote a review Jul 2020
Saint Elmo, Illinois18 contributions1 helpful vote
There is only a small display to see here. The $6 charge for admission is high for the amount of exhibits
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Date of experience: July 2020
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lookin4luxury wrote a review Jul 2020
Albany, Oregon411 contributions145 helpful votes
This is a tiny place and the could only take 3 parties at a time. We got there at 11:30 am and there were 20 people already in line! Disappointing😔. The management did come out and explain the situation and thanked us for coming which went a long way. They are doing what they can.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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