Welcome to Historic Downtown Astoria
Discover this diamond in the rough on the north Oregon coast! Historic Downtown Astoria will surprise you with its marriage of metropolitan dining, lodging and entertainment, and the raw grace of a town that has survived at the edge of the continent for more than 200 years.
The lower Columbia River region is brimming with events for everyone—including foodies, fishermen, movie fans, families, history buffs, music lovers and more. Let Historic Downtown Astoria be your home base as you explore this corner of the world. There is no better place to enjoy an authentic Pacific Northwest experience!
Make Memories in Astoria
Annual Downtown Cleanup, Sunday, May 3
ADHDA’s Annual Spring Cleanup, Sunday, May 3! Come for an hour, or stay for 4. Join the fun - help spruce up your downtown. We’ll even have a hot dog BBQ.
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Thank you for making the 5th Annual Jane Barnes Revue a great success!
The “Jane Barnes Revue,” which was sponsored by Holly McHone Jewelers, and featured local eats from North Coast Food Web, tasty cocktails from North Coast Distilling, and beer from Fort George Brewery and Buoy Beer Co., was a sold-out, record-breaking year.
New and veteran “Gentleman Janes” strutted down the 24’ cat walk; this year’s lineup included the debut of Cole Jannush with Farmers Insurance, also known as Montana Duke and Jorge Gutierrez, Executive Director of the Lower Columbia Hispanic Council as Danessa Rosewood. Jade Kiosse of Astoria Country Club and Rob Meadows of Hits 94.3, KRKZ were among the "Gentlemen Janes" that returned to the stage!
The Jane Barnes Revue also featured a live auction that included many, one-of-a-kind adventures. Have you ever wanted to hike Saddle Mountain with Pete Gimre or see Astoria from the perspective of the KMUN radio tower? How about enjoying the great outdoors exploring Camp Kiwanilong followed by a catered picnic lunch for 10? Maybe you have been wanting a cocktail party with the one and only Patsy Oser reading some of her favorite pages? Auctioneer Mary Blake led the bids, with items going for $200, $500, and $1500. ADHDA and our “Gentlemen Janes” would like to thank all who came out and celebrated with us for the 5th Annual, topsy-turvy fundraiser.
2nd Saturday Art Walk, May 9
Come downtown Saturday, May 9 5pm-8pm and celebrate the Arts in Astoria!
Downtown businesses keep their doors open late, provide refreshments and
entertainment, and exhibit original works of art and culture. We'll see you downtown.
Download your copy of May's Art Walk map here .
Planning your first trip to Astoria?
Go on a walking tour to see some of the great features of our beautiful downtown.
Interested in keeping up with the Astoria Downtown Historic District Association?