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Astoria Travel Guide

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Welcome to Astoria, OR!

Established in 1811, Astoria is recognized as the United States' oldest settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. Preserved buildings and unspoiled historic sites are complimented by the stunning views and ubiquitous natural beauty this Coastal Oregon community. While riding the Astoria Riverfront Trolley, visitors can see many local attractions and learn about the town's history. A tour of the Fort Clatsop National Memorial highlights Lewis and Clark's encampment over the winter of 1805 to 1806. Local heroes are celebrated at the Uppertown Fire Fighters Museum, while the Columbia River Maritime Museum delves into the region's rich maritime past. Many a ship met its demise at the mouth of the Columbia River, leading Astoria to be nicknamed the Graveyard of the Pacific. Today one of the roughly 200 wrecks is visible from the beach at Fort Stevens State Park. Scandinavian heritage plays a prominent role in Astoria and is celebrated every June during the Scandinavian Midsummer Festival.

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Astoria-Megler Bridge, Astoria, OR
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