Whether you seek souvenirs or aim to tackle your holiday shopping list head on, you’ll find something for everyone (even yourself!) in Astoria, Oregon’s shopping district. Easily walkable, the shops span Astoria’s downtown core from 8th Street to 17th Street.
As you wander and window shop in Astoria, Oregon, you’ll discover many more gems than are listed here. Be sure to stop at others along the way that catch your eye. If your visit falls on a Sunday from Mother’s Day through mid-October, you can stroll through dozens of booths brimming with art, crafts and culinary creations at the Astoria Sunday Market that takes over 12th street downtown from 10am to 3pm. 
Hip and Trendy:
  • Doe & Arrow – curated men’s and women’s fashions, jewelry, beauty and grooming products made and produced in the Pacific Northwest
  • Luminari Arts – variety of items including greeting cards, t-shirts, jewelry, books and local art
  • HiiH Lights – custom handmade paper lighting that brings together function of light, the craft of paper, and the art of sculpture; available for purchase at Imogen Gallery
  • Chariot Spirit + Home – vintage and modern housewares from bedding and area rugs to kitchenware and antiques
  • RiverSea Gallery - original art and fine crafts by regional and national artists including paintings, prints, photography, sculptures, art glass, woodworkings, ceramics, textile arts and furniture
Hard-to-Shop-for Men:
  • Pat’s Pantry – wide variety of herbs, spices and handcrafted blends featuring gourmet salts, oils & vinegars, and condiments with an emphasis on local suppliers
  • Pilot House Distilling – small craft, local distillery that offers tastings and bottle sales of its award winning spirits including vodka, gin, whiskey, rum, absinthe and coffee liqueur
  • Josephson’s Smokehouse – family-owned smokehouse with variety of specialty smoked seafood from salmon jerky to canned seafood and more
  • Gimre’s Shoes – wide selection of casual, work, or weekend wear from the oldest family-owned shoe store on the West Coast
Treasures for Teens:
  • Lucy’s Books – small neighborhood bookstore with wide selection for children and adults
  • Cargo – authentic, handmade objects and irreverent international curiosities from artisans and merchants from Guatemala to Vietnam, from the Philippines to India, and from Mali to Indonesia
  • Columbia River Maritime Museum – nautical novelties such as toys, t-shirts, games and more from the gift shop & bookstore located in the popular museum
Unique Antiques:
  • Astoria Vintage Hardware – source for repurposed and reclaimed treasures for your home and garden, featuring antique doors, hardware, windows, molding, bath and light fixtures, artifacts, etc.
  • Jonathon’s LTD – collection of vintage and heirloom jewelry, diamonds, art and antiques
  • Phog Bounders Antique Mall – space with 25+ dealers with a large variety of salvaged vintage  items, knick knacks, furniture, signage, clothing and more
  • Commercial Street Antiques –  assortment of antiques and collectibles, including vintage kitchenware, old advertising and displays, postcards, photos, furniture and nautical treasures  (Owners retiring end of 2018, so the whole store is on sale!)
Whimsical Wares:
  • Forsythea – funky artisan decor for home and garden with featured work by local artists, plus jewelry
  • Purple Cow Toys – specialty toy store carrying lines including Playmobil, Learning Curve, Papo, Ravensburger, WOW, LEGO, Manhatten Toys, Corolle Dolls, Klutz and more
  • FinnWare – imports and handcrafted items made by Scandinavian artists of the lower Columbia River region, including linens and tableware, sauna and bath supplies, clothing, jewelry and knives
  • Fernhill Glass – glass blowing studio featuring hand crafted mugs, vases, figurines and custom orders; one-on-one instruction and classes available to make your own ornament or paperweight
We hope you enjoy the small businesses and locally-owned boutiques and shops we have to offer. If you’re looking for something more specific, you can find the full list of businesses here.