Gorge White House

The Gorge White House is a unique “agri-cultural” experience that blends a historic structure, agricultural heritage of the valley, art and wine.  The owner grew up in the home and is a fourth-generation orchardist with a wealth of knowledge about the orchard industry. The Gorge White House is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.  It is a beautiful, intact and original Colonial-style home with few modifications from its completion in 1910.  The inside is quarter-sawed oak with original light fixtures, woodwork and staircase. It features wines and wine tasting exclusively from the Columbia River Gorge. 

The flower fields bloom in May with tulips and daffodils and continue until first frost with extraordinary dahlia fields.  The fields are set with both Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams as backdrops.  In addition, it sells fresh, local fruit from its own fields and orchard, and the staff is knowledgeable about the history and varieties of fruit sold and the agricultural heritage of the Hood River Valley.

  • ADA accessible
  • Trained guides available
  • Interpretive signage
  • Located on private land

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