It cost us $14 (2 adults, 1 child) to get in. My wife and son are huge Goonies fans. There is almost nothing to see. Data's costume, some cardboard cut outs and a few movie pics is about it. The museum is tiny. Very dissapointing....don't waste your money.
This "museum" was not what I had expected at all. The ticket seller tried to warn the two of us (since he could tell we were in our 60s) but we entered anyway since I am fond of most of the movies filmed in Astoria. (To be fair, since it was close to closing time, he gave us more that... 更多
The website makes this look much more than it is. We paid $15 dollars for a family ticket, 2 adults, 2 children. It is a small place that used to be a jail that has about 3/4 cells in it. There are plenty of photos regarding The Goonies and 3 area where you can "make your own" short film. We... 更多
Unless your a die hard Goonies fan, there really isn't too much to see here. Small Goonies gift shop, a few rooms with movie camera displays, old jail cells. Your in.Your out. Save your money and time, visit the Flavel House instead.
Unless you are a super goonies freak I would pass this place up. There is not much to see inside, there is not much room to move around if more that 12 people are inside. The gift shop is ridiculous expensive. $42 for a $10 sweat shirt. I went in this place just to get goonie stickers and there were... 更多
I love The Goonies. I loved it when I first saw it in 1985. I love it today. A visit to Astoria was not going to go by without a visit to the Oregon Film Museum. We've been through Astoria before, but never had the opportunity to visit. I wasn't going to miss it this time. If you ask my... 更多
I was looking for a spot which would give us the best view of Cannon Beach and below with it's beautiful rock formations in the ocean. This is the place to do it take pictures if you enjoy beautiful scenery in your photographs. We a overcast day, but the views were still spectacular. Is also a beautiful place for a... 更多