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301 W 6th St, Vancouver, United States
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7801 NE Greenwood Dr, Vancouver, United States
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... down 620 feet making it the second highest year round waterfall in the United States. Next I continued driving west and stopped at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. I viewed the artifacts in the museum of ...
... . We ended up in Gastown which is a nice area to wander through and have a look through the little shops. While in Vancouver we also checked out the Museum of Anthropology which had displays from the native people of the area, as well as some research ...
For our final day in DC we decided to go to the National Zoo. Animals were a nice change of speed from museums and monuments. And, since it is a Smithsonian, there was no charge for admission. We were just two subway stops away from the zoo, so after ...
Huuu klockan 06.30 började vi köra igen efter att ha sovit på en rastplats. Men oj vilka vackra träd det finns här. De började synas redan innan vi stannat för natten. I mörkret såg de ut som stora klippväggar, man kunde inte förstå vad det ...
Attractions in VancouverVancouver Attractions (30)
1511 Main Street, Vancouver, Washington, United States
This downtown museum will delight history lovers with its exhaustive collection of historical Vancouver documents, photographs and maps as well as its pioneer and Native American artifact displays.
612 East Reserve Street, Vancouver, Washington, United States
Several buildings, complete with period furnishings, have been reconstructed to honor the early 19th-century trading post called Fort Vancouver, which thrived as a major center of commerce during the settlement of the Pacific Northwest.
1115 Eeast Fifth Street, Vancouver, Washington, United States
Located at Pearson Field, the oldest operating air field in the West, this small museum displays vintage aircraft including World War I planes, and provides short films on aviation history.
400 East Evergreen Blvd, Vancouver, Washington, United States