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Cannon Beach History Center

Understanding life on Oregon's North Coast for early settlers and how progress shaped the towns and people who call Cannon Beach home. Photo by: @treesifyouplease

503-436-9301
cbhistory.org
Cannon Beach History Center & Museum,
South Spruce Street, Cannon Beach, OR, USA

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Columbia River Maritime Museum

Great for all ages. Discover the challenges of navigation, the Coast Guard's role, and lots of ways to interact with ships! Photo by: @kwolf42

503-325-2323
crmm.org
Columbia River Maritime Museum,
Marine Drive, Astoria, OR, USA

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Flavel House Museum

A restored, original Victorian home from Capt. George Flavel. Learn about local Astorian history and soak up the period architecture and decor. Photo by: @beemer_bunny

503-325-2203
cumtux.org
Flavel House Museum,
8th Street, Astoria, OR, USA

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Fort Clatsop

The winter encampment for Lewis & Clark contains a replica of the original fort, a well-rounded visitor center, trails, plus rangers and docents to facilitate tours.

(503) 861-2471
nps.gov
Fort Clatsop Visitor Center,
Fort Clatsop Road, Astoria, OR, USA

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Fort Stevens Historic Area

Once an active fort on Oregon's North Coast, Fort Stevens Historic area hosts displays from the Civil War to World War II. Explore the only West Coast earthen fort and gun battery used during WWII.

(503) 861-3170
oregonstateparks.org
Fort Stevens Historical Area,
Peter Iredale Road, Hammond, OR, USA

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Hanthorn Cannery Museum & Pier 39

Canning seafood caught out in the Columbia River is a big part of Astoria's history. The Hanthorn Cannery is the last fish processing plant here representing that history. See the collection at our 39th Street location and historic Pier 39.

(503) 325-2502
members.oldoregon.com
Hanthorn Cannery Museum,
39th Street, Astoria, OR, USA

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Heritage Museum

The Clatsop County Historical Society explores the logging and fishing economies, seedy era of brothels and saloons, and different cultures that migrated here.

503-325-2203
cumtux.org
Heritage Museum,
Exchange Street, Astoria, OR, USA

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Oregon Film Museum

Housed in the original Goonies jail, this museum stands for the 300+ films that have been shot in Oregon. You also get a hands-on experience to shoot your own movie! Photo by: @gregreher

503-325-2203
oregonfilmmuseum.com
Oregon Film Museum,
Duane Street, Astoria, OR, USA

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Seaside Museum

Travel from Native American history to pioneer times, up to the popularization of Seaside as a vacation spot. Enjoy historical photos and the Butterfield Cottage. Photo by: @exhaustedmomof3

503-738-7065
seasideoregonmuseum.com
Seaside Museum & Historical Society,
Necanicum Drive, Seaside, OR, USA

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