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Fort Astoria

I read the book "Astoria" about John Jacob Astor's sponsored expedition to establish the earliest... read more

Reviewed April 13, 2018
Rockville, Maryland
Recreation of original fort.

Historical representation of original fort. Good to put on your "places to visit list" while in... read more

Reviewed March 29, 2017
Astoria, Oregon
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13 Apr 2018
“Fort Astoria”
1 Sep 2018
“Not Worth It”
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Reviewed September 1, 2018 via mobile

This is a tiny corner section of a fort recreated immediately behind a brewery. There is a historical marker with some interesting tidbits about the location, but there really isn’t much to see here. If you happen to walk by, it’s worth a look, but...More

Thank Chris V
Reviewed August 6, 2018

This place is on a street corner, grassy area. It certainly isn't a destination or worth making it a point of interest. If you come across it while walking the streets of Astoria, fine. Otherwise, don't waste your time. Really cheesy

Thank Hattie748
Reviewed June 10, 2018

Correct address is 1508 Exchange Street, Astoria, OR (NW corner of exchange St. & 15th Street. I was unable to get your system to allow me to enter the correct information, but this maybe verified on Google. I also have pictures.

1  Thank Tim L
Reviewed April 13, 2018

I read the book "Astoria" about John Jacob Astor's sponsored expedition to establish the earliest settlement on the west coast. Wanted to see the original site. Not much left of it, but I enjoyed what they had.

1  Thank byrneg2
Reviewed October 6, 2017 via mobile

Fort Clatsop is a great place for folks to learn about history of the Pacific Northwest and Sacajawea and Lewis and Clark.

Thank LakinGal
Reviewed March 29, 2017

Historical representation of original fort. Good to put on your "places to visit list" while in town.

Thank rlindsl
Reviewed December 8, 2016

We went there in January, quite off season, yet the staff was in historically accurate costumes and in character. And it was cold! We enjoyed viewing the info inside the building and learning more about Lewis & Clark when they finally reached the Pacific ocean....More

Thank nekomau
Reviewed February 25, 2016

this is the origional site of Fort Astoria. It provides a little perspective as to where the origional was located. It has a small reproduction and a mural. Not much to see.

1  Thank Michael D
Reviewed February 2, 2016

In town you can stop and see the recreation of the fort and learn about the area as an out post on the frontier.

1  Thank Larry B
Reviewed December 12, 2015 via mobile

Back of the bar. Fort built on a little street corner. An unexpected treat to see. Check the survey lines painted on the ground trying to pinpoint the true location. Nice rainy day visit.

1  Thank crimepays1229
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