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Historic Downtown Astoria

Discover this diamond in the rough on the north Oregon coast! Historic Downtown Astoria will surprise you with its marriage of metropolitan dining, lodging and entertainment, and the raw grace of a town that has survived at the edge of the continent for more than 200 years.

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  • 2nd Saturday Art Walk

    The next 2nd Saturday Art Walk is on June 11, 2022.

    Visit local downtown galleries and retail locations and meet the talented artists.

    Visit the link below for more information.


    astoriadowntown.com/2nd_Saturday_Art_Walk.aspx
  • Sunday Market is in Full Swing!

    The 22nd season of the Astoria Sunday Market opens Mother's Day, and marks the return of fresh flower bouquets, tasty kettle corn, and regionally grown produce. Over 150 vendors display their artisan wares, bringing you handmade products directly from their workshops. Reconnect with your favorite vendors and enjoy chance meetings with friends as you stroll through this lively open-air marketplace in the heart of downtown Astoria!
  • Congratulations to the Dr. Edward Harvey Historic Preservation Award Recipients!

    Historic Preservation is incredibly important to downtown and Astoria at large.  ADHDA can't think of more deserving recipients of this wonderful award in the following categories:
    Residential - Theodosia Woods and family, for restoring the single-family dwelling located at 644 31st Street.
    Commercial - Merwyn Apartments, for restoring and rehabilitating the building at 1067 Duane into much needed housing.
    Individual - Lucien Swerdloff. In recognition as one of the Founders of the Historic Preservation Program at Clatsop Community College, for his contributions to historic preservation, coordinating workshops throughout the community and demonstrating many of the crafts, and for his passion to educate and inspire countless students, forever impacting the overall historic character of the City of Astoria.
  • We Love You for Loving Your Streets!

    The sun came out and so did you- thank-you to the nearly 50 volunteers that beautified our beloved downtown!  And a special thank-you to Brim’s Farm and Garden, United Way of Clatsop County, 949 The Bridge and Astoria Parks and Rec for the extra support- we couldn’t have gotten so much done without you!! 
  • Join ADHDA

    The Astoria Downtown Historic District Association (ADHDA) works with the City of Astoria, partnering organizations, our members, and our community to enhance our historic downtown area.

    A vibrant Astoria is key to building our economy. Each upgrade we make, and every special event we hold, enhances the health of our town and the surrounding area.  With events like the Pacific Northwest Brew Cup and the 2nd Saturday Art Walk, bring visitors to our area. We have spearheaded several beautification projects in downtown Astoria and works with businesses to improve storefronts, signage and more.

    Membership in the ADHDA is open to individuals and businesses—regardless of location. If you are interested in supporting the growing energy of Astoria, we welcome you to join us in improving our downtown experience.


    www.astoriadowntown.com/Become_a_Member.aspx
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Oregon Film Museum

The Oregon Film Museum celebrates the art and legacy of films and film-making in the State of Oregon.

732 Duane St., Astoria, OR
(503) 325-2203

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The lower Columbia River region is brimming with events for everyone - including foodies, fishermen, movie fans, families, history buffs, music lovers and more. 

Let Historic Downtown Astoria be your home base as you explore this corner of the world. There is no better place to enjoy an authentic Pacific Northwest experience!

Planning your first trip to Astoria?

Go on a walking tour to see some of the great features of our beautiful downtown.

Astoria Downtown
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