Excursions & Tours

About Astoria

Coastline and Astoria

Price: $99.00   Sale Price: $85.00   Save: $14.00
Explore Oregon’s port city of Astoria, famous for being the terminus for the Lewis and Clark Expedition as well as the setting for the cult movie The Goonies.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: Not Included

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 6 Hours

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Excursion Size: Small
Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic
Food/Beverage: Not Included
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 6 Hours

Astoria, Cannon Beach and Tillamook Cheese Factory

Price: $169.00
Appreciate the stunning coastline of northern Oregon and the iconic Haystack Rock monolith during this 8 hour tour of Astoria and Cannon Beach. Along the way you will take a tour of Tillamook Cheese Factory.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: Not Included

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Excursion Size: Small
Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic
Food/Beverage: Not Included
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Cannon Beach and Astoria

Price: $115.00
Visit the historic port city of Astoria and the popular beach town of Cannon Beach, complete with the iconic Haystack Rock monolith with plenty of photo opportunities.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: Not Included

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Excursion Size: Small
Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic
Food/Beverage: Not Included
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Astoria Tours

Astoria is a port city and the seat of Clatsop County, Oregon, United States. Situated near the mouth of the Columbia River where it meets the Pacific Ocean, the city was named after John Jacob Astor, an investor from New York City whose American Fur Company founded Fort Astoria at the site in 1811. It holds the distinction of being the first permanent United States settlement on the Pacific coast and for having the first U.S. post office west of the Rocky Mountains.