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This is a nice little place to take the family and learn a little about the history of Vancouver.
Lean about the Northwest, before Oregon/Washington became a state! Check the interpretive center and informative film about the Fort and Officers Row!
Come and see the humble beginnings of Vancouver! Check online for hours of operation as these change seasonally. Bring the kiddos!
Ft. Vancouver is a very large park. You can tour the historic fort and if you play pokemon, this places has the most gyms and pokestops.
Long before the Hudson's Bay Company established a trading post -- recreated on today's grounds -- and established a foothold for European arrival, this area was a historic gathering site for Native American tribes who cherished its location next to the bounty of the Columbia River.
Within walking distance, a historic walk and beautiful park. Great for picnics, or for frisbee.
Fort Vancouver is a must see for anyone who is a history buff or simply interested in the history of this area. You can view the area on your own or, at times, join a hosted tour. It is an easy walking area that is mostly flat. The fort has beautiful grounds around it and is boardered by…
Fort Vancouver is a beautiful historical site where it originally was a 19th century fur trading post. Covering more than 350 acres, including the Columbia River waterfront, this historical site is home of Officer’s Row and Pearson Air Museum. Take a walk through this pet friendly park, operated by…
Pay a visit to the National Historic Site which is Fort Vancouver. Located on the Columbia River, with great views of the mountain ranges and the city, the park is filled with historic intrigue. Enjoy the space’s military legacy, its recognition as the home to part of the world’s first transpolar…
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“Historic, interesting events and independent movies. Serves wine/beer. Best popcorn EVER - using clarified butter.”
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“This is a great Thia Restaurant with a Bar area and there is a good happy hour til 6 pm M-F”
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“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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“One of my favs. It's a quaint house that serves limited food It's so darn cute.”
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