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  1. Stonehenge Memorial

    The Washington State replica- Stonehenge is a memorial to local WA soldiers lost in WWI. and overlooks the Columbia Gorge. Visiting Stonehenge is free and shares a site with Maryhill Museum, a world-class collection of art ranging from early 20th century European works to an…

  2. Sunrise Visitor’s Center

    Location: State Hwy 410, White River Entrance to Mt. Rainier Nat'l Park, WA 98022
  3. The Arts Cabins Project

    The Arts Cabins are a marvelous art center in the National Forest on Mount Hood at 4,000-foot elevation, consisting of two surplus U.S. Forest Service cabins that were saved from demolition. They are adapted to interpret the traditional Cascadian/WPA and CCC Arts & Crafts styles…

  4. The Cedar Creek Grist Mill

    In 1876, the Cedar Creek Grist Mill is one of the oldest operating original structures in the state of Washington.  The mill offers special events the last Saturday of June, July, August, September and October where employees press over 8,000 pounds of Washington apples into…

    Location: Hayes Road to Cedar Creek Road, 9 miles from Woodland, WA, WA 98674
  5. The Dalles Dam Visitor Center

    The visitor center is located at the old Seufert’s Fish Cannery site; the foundation remains as well as fishwheel sluiceways. The center has spectacular views of the river and dam. Exhibits share the story of the dam from a variety of contrasting perspectives. Visitors can…

    Location: Exti 87, I-84, The Dalles, OR 97058
  6. The Sisters Country

    The Sisters Country offers a unique “step back in time” for visitors and locals.  This western-themed town is the hub for eco-opportunities in the Central Cascades, with activities such as rafting, hiking, biking, fishing, camping, rock-climbing, horseback-riding and more.  The Sisters Country is made up…

    Location: Sisters, OR 97759
  7. Thompson’s Mills State Heritage Site

    Thompson’s Mills is a unique reminder of times past, chronicling the past 150 years of Oregon rural life. It is the oldest water-powered grain mill in the state: its system of waterways, dams, control gates, ditches and dikes has moved water from the Calapooia River…

    Location: 32655 Boston Mill Rd, Shedd, OR 97377
  8. Toppenish

    Dubbed “Where the West Still Lives,” Toppenish reveals its dramatic history through 70 murals, some up to 200 feet long, spread throughout the town. Hop on a horse-drawn wagon and hear a narrated tour. Visit the Northern Pacific Rail Museum, housed in the original 1911…

    Location: Toppenish, WA 98948
  9. Town of Jacksonville

    Founded in 1851 during the gold-rush, Jacksonville is a National Historic Landmark. The town offers a wide variety of events for visitors. There’s a celebration of Chinese New Year in February. You can take in an outdoor concert at the Britt Music Festival and see characters…

    Location: Jacksonville, OR 97530
  10. U.S. Cavalry and American Indian Museum

    The museum covers the history of the U.S. Cavalry from 1861 to 1943 – the horse-riding soldiers of America and their dress, accoutrements, weaponry and saddles, as well as the American Indians and their daily life, spirituality, matriarchal society, tools, clothing, baskets, pottery and the diversity – from the…

    Location: 52281 B, blue river , OR 97413
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