Fort Vancouver National Historic Site | Visitor Center
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ort Vancouver was a 19th-century fur trading post that was the headquarters of the Hudson's Bay Company's Columbia Department, located in the Pacific Northwest. Named for Captain George Vancouver, the fort was located on the northern bank of the Columbia River in present-day Vancouver, Washington…
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!
a fun visit for history buffs and the location of the end of the Lewis & Clark trail. About 20 minutes by car, this is a great trip on a sunny day
Within walking distance, a historic walk and beautiful park. Great for picnics, or for frisbee.
One of the first permanent settlements west of the Rockies, Fort Vancouver is a 191-acre area situated on the north bank of the Columbia River and is home to three sites with their own stories: a frontier fur trading post at the Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Vancouver, a powerful military legacy at…
Interesting bit of history with guided tours. There's a working blacksmith shop where tools are still made by hand. Great afternoon activity.
Fort Vancouver is a nice little place to take the family and learn a little about the history of Vancouver.
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…
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…
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“First open to the public in 1937, the Kiggins Theatre was originally one of the most luxurious movie theaters in the Pacific Northwest. Kiggins survived sudden closures, near disastrous fires, and unruly crowds to find its place on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. Today, patrons can enjoy an array of entertainment at the theater including independent and classic films, as well as community engagements and live performances. A great date idea in Vancouver, or a fun family experience, half the excitement of catching a show at Kiggins is the surrounding ambience of the revamped atmospheric theater.”
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“Thai Orchid has been offering award-winning Thai food for over fifteen years. The Saenguraiporn family, founders of Thai Orchid, say they pride themselves on serving fresh, flavorful and healthy Thai food that is as authentic as it is delicious. ”
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“Park and playground in downtown Vancouver. Take a little break from wondering the streets of downtown. Starbucks is waiting. ”
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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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