We provide the tools, work space and education to inspire creativity and making. Our business model includes an artist studio collective, retail space, in-house design and fabrication services, classes, lectures, and membership access to our multi-trade workshop.Read More
The Astoria Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce was established in 1873 and currently represents over 600 businesses, large and small. We exist to be a catalyst for business success, a convener of leaders and ideas and a champion for our community.
The Chamber also operates a visitor center, open year-round to provide information for travelers visiting our region. Our small gift shop includes merchandise from The Goonies (filmed in Astoria), postcards and souvenirs.Read More
Clatsop County Historical Society is a 501(C)(3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to preserving and presenting the history of Clatsop County Oregon and the surrounding area. The Society operates the Flavel House Museum, the Heritage Museum, the Oregon Film Museum, and the Uppertown Firefighters Museum.
Visit astoriamuseums.org for details on museum hours and exhibits.Read More
Holly McHone Jewelers is known for their simply beautiful custom designs. Using CAD/CAM, we can design whatever you can imagine!
We carry many lines of jewelry including bridal, watches, Oregon sunstone, opals, pearls and colorful gems from around the world.
In our repair shop using our laser, we can repair and take care of your jewelry with the care each piece requires.
We understand the sentimental value of jewelry.
Stop by and we will take care of you, at Holly McHone JewelersRead More
Located at 951 Commercial Street in beautiful downtown Astoria, Oregon, Lucy’s Books has been helping in the quest for that next great read since 1998.
Whether you are reading or being read to, Lucy’s Books has something for everyone!Read More
We specialize in custom picture framing with 35 years of experience. We love our customers and they love us. We frame everything! We also host the best eclectic mix of greeting cards around, at least on the North Coast. Stop by sometime.
Established in 1989.
Old Town Framing Company began in Astoria, located on the northwest end of the business district and now sits in the hear of historic downtown Astoria between 12th and 14th on Commercial. If you cannot find parking in front of the store, check out the public parking lot on Duane and 12th.Read More
Pat’s Pantry opened in Astoria in April, 2012. We carry a vast selection of spices and herbs, sea salts, chiles and peppers, in house spice blends and many, many teas. We also feature a variety of Durant Olive Mill olive oils and Jacobsen Salt Co. products. Visit us at the store or shop online.Read More
Purple Cow Toys was opened by Katie Murray and Bill Colwill in 1995. We love selling and playing with toys. We carry a great selection of Ravensburger Jigsaw Puzzles, Lego, Playmobil, Folkmanis Puppets, Douglas plush toys, games for all ages, Haba wooden toys, Robeez baby shoes, Corolle Dolls, Klutz books – just a few of the great lines we carry.Read More
Since 1997, RiverSea Gallery has been at the heart of the vibrant arts scene in Astoria and a showcase for outstanding Northwest artists.
Discover original art and fine craft in a collection curated for creativity, design and spirit. The expansive exhibit space features artwork in a variety of mediums, including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, woodworking, ceramics, glass, textile arts and furniture. One section is devoted to an impressive selection of jewelry by noted Northwest and national designers, with an emphasis on exquisitely crafted, one-of-a-kind work.
Monthly exhibitions feature individual artists or themed group shows, with opening receptions during Second Saturday Artwalk.Read More