Attractions

Come for the glass artwork, stay for the show

City: 
Astoria

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

The main reason you visit a glass-blowing studio on the Oregon Coast is to purchase some of the truly unique and beautiful artwork on display.

Region: 
North Coast

Why take in one gallery, when you can see a whole group

City: 
Cannon Beach

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Cannon Beach has been a destination town since its inception, but during more modern times, it is being known more and more for its fine food and art.

Region: 
North Coast

Nothing is sweeter than working with family at Bruce’s Candy Kitchen

City: 
Cannon Beach

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Walking into Bruce’s Candy Kitchen in Cannon Beach is like being transported back to the old days of candy stores in the 1950s and ‘60s.

Region: 
North Coast

Baked Alaska offers great dining experience on the water

City: 
Astoria

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Region: 
North Coast

Great views, easy travel on the Astoria Trolley

City: 
Astoria

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

 

The ringing of the bell can be heard up and down the pier, as “Old 300” runs along the Columbia River in Astoria.

Region: 
North Coast

Visiting the Oregon Coast has never been so easy

City: 
Cannon Beach

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

While many people head to Lincoln City to get their fix of the Oregon Coast, there is another place that is just as easy to enjoy, Tolovana Beach Wayside.

Region: 
North Coast

History at the end of a pier

City: 
Astoria

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Region: 
North Coast

Schedule a lot of time to explore fort stevens state park - it's worth it

City: 
Astoria

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Region: 
North Coast

The heart of wine country

City: 
Carlton

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

 

When I was growing up in Newberg, Carlton was known for one thing, farms.

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

Museum provides window to Willamette Falls and early Oregon

City: 
Oregon City

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

It’s no secret that if you want to learn about Oregon’s history, visiting Oregon City should be your first stop.

Region: 
Metro Portland
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