Columbia River Maritime Museum
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Learn all about the "Graveyard of the Pacific" and Astoria's past and current communities of fishermen/women, shipping barges, and the Coast Guard. Totally worth the admission fee; plan for 2-3 hours at least.
The Columbia River Maritime Museum is a museum of maritime history in the northwest United States, located about ten miles southeast of the mouth of the Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon.
This museum tells the history of shipping, industry, cultures, and live and death struggles of the mighty Columbia River. If you only have time to visit one museum - make it this one.
This is not a typical small town museum. This is a wonderful - and very large - collection of the last 120+ years of working with and in the sea on the NW Oregon coast. Inside the museum are whole fishing boats (not mock ups), Coast Guard Life Boats both past and present, all in realistic…
Columbia River Maritime Museum (CRMM) is one of the best maritime museums ever. Lots of fishing gear, boats, coast guard rescue displays, shipwreck stories, and movies. Also, the last Lightship Columbia, sits docked outside, waiting for you to climb aboard for a tour. Learn why a Lightship was…
Great museum with full vessels displayed inside. Including military, Coast Guard, commercial and fishing displays. Also a 3-D movie theatre.
Great gift shop connected to a wonderful museum. Good place to get a sweatshirt, magnet, or other fun souvenirs from the coast.
Interesting museum about maritime culture and the graveyard of the Pacific. They also have a sailing pond for remote control boats.
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