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We went for the nostalgia more than anything. It was neat to see the few items they had from the Goonies movie but overall, it didn't have a lot to offer. The section where you could make your own movie was cool, but only 2...More
This is a very small, cluttered museum with very few displays other than some Goonies memorabilia. It's not really a film museum or a curated museum, more of a Goonies fan collection. It's hardly worth the $6 per person entry fee unless you are Goonies...More
DISCLOSURE - we didn’t pay the $6 entry. It seemed like a lot for little return (as other reviews indicate).
However, it’s worth going just to see the jail itself (I mean, it’s in Goonies!!). I also loved that they have the Jeep with the...More
If you’re not obsessed with the Goonies like I am, it may not be worth it. But I am, so it was AWESOME! The woman at the desk was super kind and fun and the selection of Goonies merch was great! Would 110% go back...More
When my travel companion mentioned this attraction I was kinda meh, about it. I was completely meh after seeing it. First off, I am a total Stan of the Goonies so I don't regret going, though the price is a bit steep for what you...More
Call it what it is: a place for Goonies' fans. It doesn't represent Oregon films, offers minimal interpretation, tries to do films and jail lore and doesn't do either very well. I'm awarding two stars for the cool 1914 historic building it occupies. Overpriced and...More
This was a very cute museum with a friendly staff. At the Visitor Center in town were large posters of each of the movies made in Oregon, and something like that would be a great addition here. My kids watched "The Goonies" about 10 times...More