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Astoria, Oregon, on the tip of the northwestern coast, is the oldest city in the state. Founded in 1811, it holds the distinction of being the first permanent American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. Steeped in history, Astoria is a port city where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean. The city is best known for its historic charm, with Victorian-era architecture lining the hills overlooking the Columbia River. Visitors can explore Fort Clatsop, the Lewis and Clark Expedition's wintering site, or stroll along the Astoria Riverwalk, a 3.1-mile path offering stunning riverfront views. Astoria is also a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with opportunities for hiking, fishing, and crabbing.

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Airports near Astoria

You have choices when it comes to reaching Astoria. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Astoria.

Portland International Airport

Located approximately 97 miles southeast of Astoria, Portland International Airport is the closest major airport serving the region. It offers a wide range of domestic and international flights, making it a convenient option for travellers visiting Astoria.

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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Situated around 170 miles north of Astoria, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is another major airport in the region. While it is a bit farther away, it offers a larger selection of flights and airlines, making it a popular choice for travellers who don't mind a longer drive.

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Eugene Airport

Located approximately 200 miles south of Astoria, Eugene Airport is a regional airport that offers a limited number of commercial passenger flights. If you prefer a shorter drive, you can consider flying into Eugene and then taking a connecting flight or driving the remaining distance to Astoria.

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Vancouver International Airport

Situated around 200 miles north of Astoria, Vancouver International Airport is a major international airport in Canada. While it is a bit farther away, it offers a wide range of domestic and international flights. If you don't mind crossing the border, this airport can be a convenient option for your travel to Astoria.

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Things to do in Astoria

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

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Astoria Column

Standing at a towering 125 feet, the Astoria Column offers a panoramic view of the Columbia River, the Pacific Ocean, and the historic city of Astoria. The column is adorned with a hand-painted spiral frieze that ascends to the top, depicting 14 significant events in the early history of Oregon. A climb to the top rewards visitors with a breathtaking view that's worth every step.

Columbia River Maritime Museum

This museum is a treasure trove for maritime enthusiasts. It showcases the rich maritime history of the Columbia River and the Pacific Northwest, featuring interactive exhibits, historic vessels, and fascinating artifacts. The museum also offers a 3D movie experience and a chance to tour the Lightship Columbia, a National Historic Landmark.

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Fort Stevens State Park

A visit to Astoria isn't complete without exploring the Fort Stevens State Park. This park offers a unique mix of history and nature, featuring a historic military fort, a shipwreck, and miles of hiking and biking trails. Visitors can also enjoy camping, beach-combing, freshwater lake swimming, and wildlife viewing.