Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
Enjoy year-round activities at a historic fort once occupied by fur traders, U.S. soldiers and native tribes. Fascinating cultural demonstrations, archaeological digs, period costumed players, an air museum, and Independence Day fireworks are just a sampling of the fun that awaits at this reconstructed fort.
Downtown Vancouver Waterfront
Once home to mills and shipyards, Vancouver's scenic waterfront is a fun place for visitors to enjoy parks, miles of hiking trails and restaurants. A 7.3-acre waterfront park currently under construction will provide public event spaces, cultural art displays, shops, restaurants and more open spaces to explore.
Explore restaurants, shops, theaters and museums all within a compact city area. Historic Pioneer Courthouse Square features free concerts, movies, festivals, and a farmers market. Take a stroll along scenic Waterfront Park, view exhibits at the Portland Art Museum or enjoy a performance at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.
Downtown Vancouver, WA offers a wide variety of attractions to delight visitors year-round. Savor Pacific Northwest cuisine at award-winning eateries, enjoy fresh produce, crafts and entertainment at the weekend Farmers Market, mingle with locals at breweries, or meet regional artists at galleries and chic boutiques.
Pearson Air Museum
Step back in time and explore aviation history at this fascinating museum depicting the origins of the Spruce Production Mill Site and accomplishments at Pearson Field and Jack Murdock Aviation Center. Exhibits chronicle the site's significance in World War I and how it became an important Army Air Corps field.