Pastorius may refer to:

  • Francis Daniel Pastorius (1651 – c. 1720), leader of the first organized settlement of Germans in Pennsylvania
  • Jaco Pastorius (1951–1987), jazz bassist and composer
  • Jim Pastorius (James W. Pastorius) (1881–1941), professional baseball player
  • Operation Pastorius, failed sabotage attack by Nazi Germany on the United States in 1942
  • Pastorius Park in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Northwest Philadelphia, named after Francis Daniel Pastorius

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