The museum is on Pier 39 in Astoria, Oregon. It was established in 1875, making it the oldest fish-processing plant on the lower Columbia River.
It is at the east end of the waterfront at 100 39th Street, Astoria, OR 97103.
Hours of Operation
Hanthorn Cannery Museum is open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Daily. There is no admission charge, though donations are appreciated.
If You Visit
Please take note of the following suggestions:
- Parking is limited on the forecourt of the pier. There are no restrictions on parking on 39th Street.
- Do not attempt to park inside the building, this is reserved for tenants only!
- Wear sensible shoes on the pier. You will be walking on planked, uneven, and industrial surfaces so please “watch your step.”
- Do not allow your children out of your sight. Beyond the Coffee Girl cafe, the traditional fish dock does not have handrails or barriers.