There is no better time to support small businesses than now as Astoria is safely reopening its restaurants, retail shops, state parks, and beaches so visitors can explore and enjoy all the special places that make this small town so special.
Please be aware there is currently a state-wide requirement for face coverings to be worn indoors and in public. If you have questions, please make sure to call the business directly to get the most current information.
Restaurants are offering dining in, outside seating, and takeout’s, including the Bridgewater Bistro, located just steps from the Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa offering a delicious seasonal menu and craft cocktails. Reservations are required. Here's a restaurant guide to plan your trip.
Downtown boutique shops and various unique vintage shops are open -- perfect for a weekend of treasure hunting! Here is a retail guide in Astoria.
All major museums are open for you to explore and learn about Astoria's rich history. Discover the stories of the legendary Columbia River Bar at the nationally renowned Columbia River Maritime Museum. Explore more unique museums at the Clatsop County Historical Society offering four distinctive museums all housed in historic buildings for you to explore.
State Parks & Beaches
Oregon is famous for many of its beautiful state parks and beaches, and many have reopened for visitors. Check the Oregon State Parks for the most current information before you go.
Astoria Sunday Market
Downtown Astoria popular Sunday Market is now open every Sunday from 10 am - 3 pm for the summer, but the organizers have created a socially-distanced market to be safe. Please visit the Stay Safe page to see how you can help before you go.
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