One way to get to know the area you are vacationing in and learn a thing or two is by visiting some of the historic landmarks. Astoria, Oregon, has several buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places that will delight those who love architecture and history. You can find plenty of them by walking the streets of Astoria. To find this history, you must step out the front doors of Astoria Riverwalk Inn in downtown Astoria. When you find yourself in downtown Astoria, here are some of the buildings you should visit on your next Oregon vacation.

Every Historic Astoria Building

There is a long list of buildings in Astoria on the National Register of Historic Places. Some are private homes, so be respectful, while others are public buildings. Take time to plan your self-guided tour of some or all of these buildings below.

  • Astor Building:
  • John Jacob Astor Hotel
  • Astoria City Hall
  • Astoria Column
  • Astoria Elks Building
  • Astoria Fire House No. 2
  • Astoria Marine Construction Company Historic District
  • Astoria Victory Monument
  • Astoria Wharf and Warehouse Company
  • Robert Rensselaer Bartlett House
  • Peter L. Cherry House
  • Clatsop County Courthouse
  • Old Clatsop County Jail
  • Erickson–Larsen Ensemble
  • Albert W. Ferguson House
  • Ferdinand Fisher House
  • Captain. George Flavel House and Carriage House
  • Captain George Conrad Flavel House
  • George C. and Winona Flavel House
  • Martin Foard House
  • Fort Astoria
  • Fort Clatsop National Memorial
  • Rev. William S. Gilbert House
  • Grace Episcopal Church and Rectory
  • Old Grace Episcopal Church Rectory
  • Capt. J. H. D. Gray House
  • John N. Griffin House
  • John Hobson House
  • Gustavus Holmes House
  • Isabella Shipwreck Site and Remains
  • Peter and Maria Larson House
  • Christian Leinenweber House
  • Lightship WAL-604, COLUMBIA
  • Noonan–Norblad House
  • Judge C. H. Page House
  • Shively–McClure Historic District
  • Norris Staples House
  • Charles Stevens House
  • Svenson Blacksmith Shop
  • Union Fishermen’s Cooperative Packing Company Alderbrook Station
  • U.S. Post Office and Custom House
  • Warren Investment Company Housing Group
  • Andrew Young House
  • Benjamin Young House and Carriage House

Explore These Unique Locations In Astoria

On a nice sunny day, walking the streets of Astoria and taking in some of these wonderful buildings is the perfect way to relax. And with Astoria Riverwalk Inn right in the heart of downtown Astoria, you’re just steps away from these architectural marvels. Each of the Inn’s 114 rooms provides a deck with stunning views of the Columbia River, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beauty of Astoria, Oregon’s nature and history. Guests can also enjoy in-room coffee and tea, free high-speed wireless internet, and complimentary bicycles during the biking season. Check availability to book your Astoria, Oregon, getaway (or call us directly at 503-325-2013).