Astoria, Oregon: Goonies Movie Locations and Museum

Many parts of Astoria were shooting locations for the 1985 movie about kid geeks and their adventure landscape. The Goonies house is privately owned, and no longer welcomes visitors.
Address:
111 West Marine Drive, Astoria, OR
Directions:
Start at the Astoria Visitor Center and ask for directions to Goonies sights. The Goonies house is privately owned, and no longer welcomes visitors.
Phone:
503-325-6311
Admission:
Free
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Astoria, Oregon - Goonies in the Boonies
Goonies Movie Location: Astoria, Oregon is not only "the former canning capital of the world" but also has a claim to fame as a movie location for many scenes in the 80's kid adventure film The Goonies. [05/26/2010] Complete Story...

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Goonies Movie Locations and Museum

As of summer 2015: This home has been closed to tourists after homeowners got too many peeping toms and litterbugs.

[Janet, 08/22/2015]

The town still offers other Goonies thrills, but the owners living in the home featured in the movie are reported to have run out of patience after a recent surge in tourist traffic.

Film Museum.

Goonies Movie - County Jail

The county jail from the movie Goonies is also the Oregon Film Museum. It even has the Goonies jeep out front.

[Larry, 04/25/2015]

Goonies Private Drive sign.

Goonies Movie Location, Museum, Festival

[The Goonies house and shooting locations are] definitely worth the stop. Everyone at the visitor's center is so friendly and helpful!

[Ri Szczypkowski, 10/09/2010]

Goonies house.

Goonies Movie Location, Museum, Festival

The Goonies house is at the end of an uphill gravel road -- you can not drive up to the house. The current owners bought it in a foreclosure sale and are in the process of renovating it; they are more then willing to put up with goonies wanting to take pictures.

[Margaret, 08/27/2010]

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