Visitors are free to explore the concrete batteries and to check out the progress on the reconstruction of the Battery Pratt gun carriage. The gun tube and breech is already there for your inspection. This is a-one-of-a kind project in the nation, maybe the whole world!!!
Peter Iredale was a four-masted steel barque sailing vessel that ran ashore October 25, 1906, on the Oregon coast en route to the Columbia River. She was abandoned on Clatsop Spit near Fort Stevens in Warrenton about four miles south of the Columbia River channel.
Cathedral Tree Trail is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Astoria, Oregon that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is best used from March until November. Distance: 1.5 miles, Elevation […]
The Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks, in the vicinity of the mouth of the Columbia River, commemorate the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Administration of the parks is a cooperative effort of the United States National Park Service and the states of Oregon and Washington, and was dedicated on November 12, 2004. After […]
An extensive collection of firefighting equipment and memorabilia from Clatsop County dating back to 1877 On exhibit are a horsedrawn ladder wagon, hose carts, a 1912 American LaFrance fire truck, a Stutz fire engine, and a 1946 Mack fire truck.
Highly recommended especially if you have kids. The captain will even give you an overview of Astoria while the Tram rides along the river. Super fun! Fall until end of Nov.: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays: 11am – 5pm The car makes a trip approximately once an hour in each direction $1 one way, $2 day […]
The Captain George Flavel House Museum known also as Capt. George Flavel House and Carriage House or the Flavel Mansion, is now a house museum in Astoria, Oregon, United States. It was built in 1885 in the Queen Anne architectural style, by George Flavel, a Columbia River bar pilot who was one of the area’s […]
The Astoria Column is completed in 1926, the column is a monumental piece of Astoria’s history. Located at the top of Coxcomb Hill, the Column stretches upwards 125 feet, with 164 spiral steps to reach the viewing deck. You can see 360 views of the Columbia river and the city of Astoria. It is definitely […]