The Hanthorn Cannery Museum is located at Pier 39 in Astoria Oregon. Our building was constructed in 1875 and our museum chronicles the history of the fishing industry on the Lower Columbia River. We are open 24/7 and there is no admission fee!Plan to visit Hanthorn Cannery Museum during your Astoria vacation using our convenient Astoria planning website.
Pier 39 is home to the Coffee Girl, Rogue Brewery, and the Hanthorn Crab Company. It is an outstanding building on the Columbia River, a must see on your next visit. We are the turnaround for the Astoria Trolley.
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It is a simple self-tour museum with lots of old displays. Many parts of it need some attention. It would be a wonderful project for some public history graduate students to undertake. more »
Loved the visit. Lots to see. Don't drive by without stopping. Highly recommend. Definitely shows history of the canning business and the people who worked in it.
An unusual and intriguing setting for a museum. Informal setting in an old Bumble Bee tuna canning factory on Pier 39. Industrial history about the equipment and the people of the industry.
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