Freedom Tour Map & Destinations
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- Aberdeen History Museum
- D & R Theatre – Renovated historic theater featuring movies and live music. State of the art sound system. Big name venue.
- Salvation Army – 2 stories of treasures waiting for you. 118 W. Wishkah
- Kurt Cobain Memorial Riverfront Park. A mecca for Kurt Cobain fans. (Young Street Bridge)
- Opal Art Glass – Classes and demonstrations.
- Luna-Rana Coffee and Teahouse – None of that big city attitude, just good coffee and food.
- Home of the Shoal Water Bay Tribe – Lots of big fireworks.
- Washaway Beach – Fastest receding shoreline in US. Our own little Atlantis with old buildings peeking out of the sea.
- Tokeland Hotel & Restaurant – Historic country Inn with great homestyle restaurant.
- Nelson’s Seafood Market – Great for fresh crab & salmon.
- Raymond Theatre – Historic venue with movies and live performances. Nirvana played their first live show here.
- Public Pool – Outdoor pool with slide. ( Open June-August )
- Art Park – Gaudi inspired playground. Super cool and fun for the kids.
- Pennywise Thrift – Church run with great bargains.
- Pitchwood Pub & Hotel – Revamped loggers bar. Great food & music.
- Carriage Museum – Restored 19th century vehicles & gift shop.
- Willapa Seaport Museum – Interactive nautical fantasy land.
- Public Market – Folk art made by locals, honey, produce.
- 101 Public House – All in one vacation; lodging, regional beer, wine & provisions, vintage clothing, gifts, toys, espresso and salon. Need I say more?
- Kayak Launch – Take a scenic adventure on the water.
- Biking trail along the Willapa River
- Tim’s Chester Club and Oyster Bar – Local salty fisherman’s hangout. Poker and pool.
- Historic Court House – Tiffany glass dome, beautiful grounds. Gorgeous! Marry me here.
- Community Center – Rentable for your events. Perfectly restored craftsman hall with commercial kitchen.
- Pacific County Historical Museum – Visitors center with small but concise local history museum and fabulous book store.
- Grace Community Thrift – Church run. Dirt cheap.
- Fort Columbia – Historic military fort overlooking the ocean. Rent one of the buildings on site for gatherings. (2 miles west of Astoria bridge on Hwy 101)
- Historic St. Mary’s Church
- Skookum Surf Shop – Surf lessons and rentals.
- Souwester Vintage Travel Trailor Resort – Hodge podge of vintage travel trailers, cabins, RV hookups, camping, live entertainment in the historic lodge. ( Modern hippy vibe ).
- Depot Restaurant Fine dining at it’s best.
- Lamplighter – Karaoke, terrible hangover.
- Sportsman Cannery – Locally caught seafood of the highest quality.
- North Coast Antique Mall – Huge! Great stuff.
- Cape Disappointment – Ocean, hiking trails, two lighthouses, ( Excellent interpretive center ).
- Pacific Heritage Museum Pioneer museum. (115 Lake st.)
- Port of llwaco
- Charter Excursions – Beacon, Pacific Salmon, Seabreeze
- Pelicano Restaurant Ocean to table, big city fare.
- Jessie’s and Old Bob’s Seafood Markets Get your fresh oysters and crabs here.
- Dragonfly Thrift Quirky and gigantic collection. Value is in the eye of the beholder. (107 ½ Lake St.)
- Columbia Café – Great neighborhood old-school breakfast joint serving made from scratch delectables.
- Voodoo Room – Crafted cocktails and groovy live music scene.
- Maritime Museum – World renowned
- Bowlingers Fish n’ Chips – Local legend. Fresh fried fish served From a marooned fishing boat.
- Fort George Brewery – In old fur trade post. Good food and beer.
- Blue Scorcher Bakery – Amazing handmade pastries, breads, And light fare. Vegan, gluten free options
- Vintage Hardware – Located in an old hotel. Great place to search for architectural scores and amazing antiques for your bitchin’ pad.
- Astoria Co-op – Great place to get a light snack and shop for Organics.
- Cargo Hip novelty import shop.
- Astoria Coffee House – Great place to meet up with the ladies.
- Deja-Vu Thrift – Hand picked feel. Good prices.
- Rehabilitation Thrift – Thrifting like it used to be.