Explore Astoria, Oregon
Where the River meets the Ocean
The first settlement west of the Rocky Mountains, Astoria has a history of reinventing itself. The mighty Columbia River has shaped this little city into a resilient community. Fur traders, loggers, fishers, poets, painters, and musicians, this town has been home to many over the years.
Astoria is a balancing act. It's old but feels new and exciting. It's a small town but has that big city feel about it. The locals are a tight-knit community, but we welcome travelers.
Explore art galleries and shops of local makers, tour the many breweries, museums, and historic downtown - this little town has more to offer than you may think.
The beach is just a short drive away. Head over to Fort Stevens State Park for miles of hiking and biking trails, historic sites, and boating options.
What To Do in Astoria
Want to come out to Astoria, but don't have any idea on what to see & do? No worries! We have a guide that gives you a jam-packed weekend excursion to the Oregon Coast.
A. Bowline Hotel
B. Buoy Brewing Company
C. Astoria Riverwalk
D. Oregon Film Museum
E. Flavel House Museum
F. Fort George Brewery and Public House
G. Columbia River Maritime Museum
H. Food Carts at 11th & Duane St.
I. Liberty Theatre
J. Astoria Brewing Company
K. Astoria Column
L. Reach Break Brewing/Reveille Ciderworks
*Local makers of Astoria in red*
Map designed by Will Elias