The Bowpicker is a must do. It's a land docked boat on an empty lot. They sell fish and chips from freshly caught fish. They close when they run out. Marine and 17th streets. Across the street from Columbia River Maritime Museum.
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About Astoria, Oregon
As the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies, Astoria offers a rich history for exploration. It was first visited by Captain Robert Gray in 1792, and by the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery in 1805. Within a 20 mile radius, one can see dozens of exciting attractions including Fort Clatsop National Memorial, Fort Stevens State Park, Fort Astoria, and the Columbia River Maritime Museum.
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The folk here are new to cruises. This port has only been in service for a few years, relative to some others. You will find a warm, friendly welcom from the citizens and local businesses. The tram that leaves close to the pier allows hop-on, hop-off service all the way to town (US $1.00 when we were there)
Visited: Sep 30, 2017
I can’t believe in all these reviews there is no mention of the house from the movies “the Goonie’s” or the school from “kindergarten cop” as well as the location to many twilight movies (so I don’t seem like an old man) This is a great little town. Seafood is crazy good, beer place in town is fantastic. I don’t think people did their research before they went. I forgot what the Astoria tower is known for but it is just a monument but the view from there is killer!
Astoria is building itself into a tourist destination. The citizens are extremely friendly and ready to help. Walk the boardwalk into the town centre or take the tram and hop on hop off along the route. If you dock on a farmers' market day, you'll be in for a treat.
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