Tour of Astoria 

We will go out of our way to tour your curiosity; let us know what you want to learn or see! 

Astoria-Megler Bridge with the Desdmona SandsThe Astoria Column was dedicated in 1926. It is a 125 foot high memorial depicting the history of the area in a mural located on the highest point in Astoria.
 We give you a catered experience of the past, present and what is happening in the future. We also will do extras for our travelers. If you want something that is not listed, we will go out of our way to give you that experience.
Our Slogan is Tour your Curiosity, what are you most curious about?
We bring you to all the hot spots. Here are a few things you will see: 
Astoria Column 
If you commit to climbing the 164 stairs, we give you a plane to write your name and location on. When you get to the top you can watch your plane fly!
Drive by some beautiful views and 1890's Queen Anne Victorian Historic homes. With  stories of the 1800's to today, 
Vistit the outside of the Flavel house and Film Museum, we stay approx. for 20 minutes, just enough time to view the Goonies Jeep, the historic jail and walk the beautiful grounds of the Flavel home.
We we will drive through town showing some of our amazing buildings and heritage. We will also point out some places such as the Goonies house, Kindergarten Cop grade school and the short circuit house.
Our next stop is Pier 39 where we walk over the bridge greeted by Sea lions on a dock out in the water. This is a ½ hour stop, just enough time for everyone to choose a fresh cool beer, or have the tastiest coffee and homemade pastries, or to buy a heart lock and sign it and add it to the locks of love collection. We also walk through the Bumble Bee Tuna Museum, guiding our guest through history. On the Pier they have a fantastic vending machine where you can buy an Astoria post card and stamp and so many more random things. When we get back on the bus, we ask the group how they feel on time
If we have time, we have the group choose a few more stops such as: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Fort George brewery, the Pilot House distilling, or to stop at Josephson’s Smoke House where the owner greets the guest with a handshake and the best clam chowder that only cost $5.oo! From there we take you back on the bus for the last time where we answer all questions and post them on our web and Facebook as a blog, “Curiosity of a Traveler”.
We are door to door service anywhere in Astoria city limits. That’s right we pick you up from Homes, Hotels, Cruise ships and campgrounds!
We can hold 14 people in the bus and if the party is less than 3 we will drive the RAV4.