Public art is now easier to find in Washougal. The Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance recently put out a free map highlighting 25 public artworks spread … Continue reading
This 40-foot-wide, earth-covered pedestrian bridge, lined with indigenous plants and Native basket weavings and reconnecting historic Fort Vancouver with the Columbia River waterfront, was dedicated … Continue reading
Our historic 18 room boutique hotel is on the National Historic Register and we are an art gallery representing 5 or more artists on rotating exhibit. … Continue reading
Trout Lake Abbey is a Spiritual Retreat Center, a Buddhist Temple, a Druid Sanctuary, a certified organic farm selling eggs and produce, and the home … Continue reading
The Horsethief Lake section of the Columbia Hills State Park is a National Historic Site that hosts Native American Celilo Falls area petroglyphs (rock carvings) … Continue reading
Built in the 1890s, this house is one of the last pioneer log homes still standing in Klickitat County, reflecting the early days of Euro-American … Continue reading
ALPACA CARETAKERS: Jim and Barbara welcome visitors to our MEADOWROCK ALPACAS RANCH!
Peruvian and North American handcrafted and woven alpaca yarn and accessories, mostly hats, scarves, … Continue reading
Native American displays, songs, and culture of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs are highlighted in this colorful facility near Kah-Nee-Tah resort.
Hours of operation … Continue reading
Hutson Museum adjoins Mt. Hood Railroad stop in Parkdale, Hood River County. It features an eclectic collection featuring Native American dolls, taxidermy and other displays. … Continue reading
One-room schoolhouse and museum located in Wamic, on the old Barlow Trail. From The Dalles, drive south to Tygh Valley on Highway 197,then west to … Continue reading