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Oregon Film Museum, Astoria

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  • They have the Goonies Jeep here and if you buy the Heritage Pass at the Flavel Carriage House this stop is included with the Flavel House and Heritage Museum. We went to all three and this had the lea...  more »
  • We arrived just after they opened. I imagine this place could get crowded. It's not that big, but interesting. You can 'film' you own scene from a movie on 3 different sets. I had NO idea Oregon had s...  more »
  • The opening scenes of the 80 's classic The Goonies are recorded here. Very curios from the film is available to view here. There is something incredibly intimate about this museum and its associated shop. I recommend going here if you're a Goonies fan or just the video interested. That said – the very gold of The Goonies fans.
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  • If you're a fan of "The Goonies", this is the place to go. Nice staff and a great deal if you get the bundled flavel house and heritage museum tickets.
  • This place is tiny and barely constitutes an actual museum. I am a huge goonies fan though, so it was worth it to me to see. Lots of Goonies stuff in there and thats about it. You can go to the cell that was used in the movie(and it was an actual jail). It also shows a little bit of other movies made in Oregon. I also visited the Walsh house/Datas house(although there are signs saying they will call police on you). It was worth getting all the pictures I did of these places in Astoria. The Flavel house(also in the movie) is directly across the street from the Jail.
  • Not worth the $6 to get in. Has enough content to occupy 10 mins of your time. The "main attraction" is being able to create your own 20 second video of yourself. Better use of the entry fee would be to go to the maritime museum 2 mins away. Would not recommend this to anyone.
  • its not -reeeaally- a film museum; it's a goonies museum. i guess they cant really call it that, though its not really anything special- and its very poorly laid out- but its definitely special, if you get what i mean. unique! not really worth a second visit though imo
  • Nice goonies tribute. But not much information. If you are looking for a museum you might pass this up. If you are a goonies fan it might be good for a picture or two.