Astoria Column

Description

The concrete, 125-foot-tall Astoria Column Lighthouse has stood on 600-foot Coxcomb Hill for over 80 years. It was modeled after Trajan’s Column in Italy. When it was first constructed, Italian artisans were even brought in to create the bas-relief murals that wind their way up the column. The view from the hill is grand, but the view from atop the lighthouse is spectacular—truly worthy of the 164-step climb.

Address

Coxcomb Hill
Astoria, Oregon 97103

Lat/Long

46.18146300, -123.81686500

Open Hours

Weekdays 9--5:30, weekends 9--5.
Visit Website
(503) 325-2963

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