Columbia River Maritime Museum
Columbia River Maritime Museum
The Barbey Maritime Center at the Columbia River Maritime Museum hosts wooden boat building courses and many other workshops. Sign up for our newest course offering: Introduction to Bronze Casting May 10 and 11.

 
SUMMER DAY CAMP ANNOUNCED
Two summer camps are planned this summer at the Columbia River Maritime Museum. One is designed for third and fourth graders, and the other for students in grades six through eight.
 
SOFTCOVER AVAILABLE
In its second printing, World's Most Dangerous is now available in soft cover at the Museum Store — $36, $32.40 for members.
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JOIN US
Now it's easier than ever to become a member of the Museum. Sign up online and get a free Museum coffee mug!
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SeaRex 3D Movie

 
Collections Storage Facility Project
THE COLLECTIONS FACILITY PROJECT
The Columbia River Maritime Museum has taken advantage of an unexpected bankruptcy sale to acquire the Astoria Builders Supply property adjacent to the Museum. The buildings of this former hardware store and lumber yard provide an unparalleled opportunity for the Museum to create one of the finest, state-of-the-art, secure and climate-controlled collections storage facilities of any maritime museum in the United States.
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Science on Tap
Science on Tap, in partnership with Fort George Brewery, is a Columbia River Maritime Museum program introducing maritime science, history, and technology in an informal setting. This program is free and open to the public; minors are allowed with adult. Event is the first Thursday of the month. Doors open at 6:00 pm, the presentation begins at 7:00 pm at Fort George Brewery - Lovell Building.
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JAPANESE TSUNAMI BOAT ON DISPLAY
Two years after a deadly tsunami struck the coast of Japan, one of its native vessels landed on Long Beach, Washington, nearly 4,500 miles away. The owner of the 20-foot boat, Katsuo Saito, was contacted and said he did not want the vessel to be returned. Instead, he donated the boat to the Columbia River Maritime Museum where it is currently on display.
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