Entertainment - Local Attractions

  •    Fort Vancouver National Historic Site - Historic local site in Vancouver, WA was first established in 1825.
  •    Oregon Convention Center - Situated on the banks of Portland's historic Willamette River, the OCC is an award winning meeting destination.
  •    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry - World-class science and technology museum; hosts OMNIMAX theatre, laser shows, even a functional submarine.
  •    Oregon Trail Interpretive Center - Oregon Trail Interpretive Center invites you to explore the history of the modern Pacific Northwest.
  •    Pearson Air Museum - Our museum is located on historic Pearson Field, the oldest, active airfield in the United States. Our museum is also home to the country's oldest wooden hangar.
  •    Portland Art Museum - The mission of the Portland Art Museum is to serve the public by providing access to art of enduring quality, by educating a diverse audience about art and by collecting and preserving a wide range of art for the enrichment of present and
  •    Portland International Raceway - In keeping with the goal of providing an alternative recreational resource, PIR has events that range from bicycle races to one of only nineteen CART races held in the world.
  •    Portland Rose Gardens - Portland's International Rose Test Garden is the oldest official, continuously operated public rose test garden in the United States. Portland is home to three public rose gardens.
  •    The Oregon Zoo - The largest zoo in the state. Also hosts open-air concerts during the summer.
  •    The Vista House - Welcome to Vista House, an interpretive center and the most photographed icon of the Columbia River Gorge.
  •    Tillamook Air Museum - See one of America's finest collection of over 30 War Birds. Have lunch at our 40/50's CafĂ©. Enjoy shopping in our aviation gift shop. All housed in a rare World War II Blimp Hangar...the largest wooden structure in the world!
  •    Two Rivers Heritage Museum - Includes history of the local area.