- Astoria Country Club
- Astoria Historical Museum
- Clatsop County Jail
- The Goon Docks
- The Hillside
- Moss Garden Wishing Well
- Stop 'N Snack
- Walsh residence
- Wang residence
Behind the scenesEdit
The working name for the town The Goonies was set in was Cauldron Point, possibly based on the location of the same name.
The Goonies was filmed on location in Astoria in 1984; buildings and locations featured in the film still exist and are visited by fans from across the globe.
The city houses the Oregon Film Museum, with a section dedicated to The Goonies, housing props from the film and providing information on its production. June 7th to the 10th is their annual "Goonies Day" celebration, with multiple Goonies-themed activities across the city.
- Astoria was also used for filming for other movies, including Kindergarten Cop, Free Willy and Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home, Short Circuit, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, Into The Wild, The Ring Two, Benji the Hunted, and The Black Stallion.
- ↑ The Goonies Souvenir Magazine from the Goonies 25th Anniversary box set
- ↑ Astoria Oregon. AstoriaOregon.com.
|Locations in The Goonies|
|Buildings and structures||Astoria Country Club • Astoria Historical Museum • Clatsop County Jail • Lighthouse Lounge • Lower Columbia Bowl • Moss Garden Wishing Well • Stop 'N Snack • Walsh residence • Wang residence|
|General locations||Astoria • Cannon Beach • Cauldron Point • Ecola State Park • Goon Docks|
|Filming locations||8th Street • Bodega Bay • Duane Street • East Mooring Basin • Exchange Street • John Warren Field • Leif Erikson Drive|