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Pearson Air Museum

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Steve
Steve
November 26, 2019
In the 1900s, the Vancouver Barracks were a top spot for aviation enthusiasts. So, when World War I began, this spot became the Spruce Production Division’s Spruce Cut-Up Mill, and the lumber produced was used to create aircraft for both pilot training and overseas combat. However, after the war,…
Allan
Allan
August 03, 2019
It's next to the longest continually operated airfield in the United States.
Carlos And Nancy
Carlos And Nancy
June 19, 2018
Nice military and civilian aviation museum
Martha
Martha
May 23, 2017
History museum of airplanes and US Air Force. Check out the Russian involvement!
Cari
Cari
May 09, 2016
you can watch historic planes land and take off at the airfield

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History Museum
“At the Clark County Historical Museum, you’ll see a variety of artifacts dedicated to the culture and history of Clark County. The museum was established in 1917, and is housed within a 1909 Carnegie Library. There are several different exhibits to see, as well as a Native American craft exhibition. Community events are regularly offered, so check the calendar for holiday celebrations and guest lecturers.”
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Bäckerei
“Never met a sweet I didn't love here. A bit of a drive across town but should your stay involve a birthday, order the cake here!”
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Point of Interest
“In the 1800s, it was much decided that Vancouver, Washington, was in dire need of a rail system. So, a few locals decided to do something about it, and the first locomotive arrived in the city in 1888. The line was mostly used to transport not necessarily passengers, but logs for the heavy timber operations in the area. The line was bought in 1981 for commercial and passenger use, and changed hands a few times, until reaching its current state of existence, as it’s mostly used for excursions. Now, you can ride along through the region, and even book a wine train experience, and sip as you go!”
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Thailändisches Restaurant
“Quality and delicious Thai food. Reasonable prices and good service. Our favorites are #42 (Red Curry) and #35 (Pad Kee Mow Noodles). They also do to-go orders. ”
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Park
“The green space located in downtown Vancouver is the oldest public square in the entire state. Created in 1853, it’s overseen by the 69-foot Salmon Run Bell Tower, which is home to 35 cast bronze bells chiming every 15 minutes, from the morning hours to later in the evening. This great little park is very near several hotels, so you can easily walk there, and you may even catch the farmers market if you’re lucky to be there on the right days.”
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Standort
1115 East 5th Street
Vancouver, WA 98661
Telefonnummer+1 360-816-6232
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