Tour of Astoria – Sold Out
April 26 @ 9:00 am - 1:30 pm PDT
Norwegian Encore – ETA to port 8 AM
Headley – Party of – 4
Llanes – Party of – 2
Meagley – Party of 2 -Viator
Feinstein – 2 – Viator
Dawson – 3 -Viator
Thank you for booking the Tour of Astoria. We are now sold out for this day!
If you bring a reuseable cup on the bus, you will receive a gift from our beach. It is a sand dollar cleaned and preserved just for you.
We will meet at 9 AM; we are the only white short bus, that you will find when you walk off the port. Below is the link showing a video from the ship to where we will be. We are a 3-minute walk. click the link here🔗
Tour of Astoria
We provide door-to-door service anywhere within Astoria’s city limits. We pick up from hotels, homes, and meeting points. Sea Cruise and River Boat Cruises. We meet an hour after the scheduled port time. More details will be messaged to you a week in advance. We can hold 13 people on the bus; if the party is less than 3, we will drive the RAV4.
We went to the Astoria Column, where we stayed for 20 minutes. Some people climb the 164 stairs, use the restroom, visit the gift shop, or listen to a story we told on the Desomona Sands, the Astoria-Megler bridge, and our famous Saddle Mountain legend of this area.
We hop back on the bus and show you our beautiful view and 1890s Queen Anne Victorian Historic homes. We tell a story of the practice of crimping and Shanghaiing in Astoria, which ended in 1915.
Our next stop is the Flavel House and Film Museum; we stay approx. For 20 minutes, just enough time to view the Goonies Jeep, the historic jail, walk the beautiful grounds of the Flavel home, and visit the gift shops.
When we return on the bus, we will drive through town, showing some of our impressive buildings and heritage. And visit stores in the Underground shops. We will also point out some places, such as the Goonies house and Kindergarten Cop Grade School.
Our next stop is Pier 39, where we walk over the bridge and are greeted by Sea lions on a dock out in the water. Our stay is 1/2 hour on the Pier. It’s just enough time for everyone to choose a refreshing cold beer and have the tastiest coffee and homemade pastries; we also walk through the Bumble Bee Tuna Museum, guiding our guests through history.
We ask the group how they feel on time. If we have time, we ask if they would like to include the Big Game Fishing (Hannond Marina) to hear some local stories or go to the Peter Iredale Shipwreck or Battery Russell.