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Oregon Attractions and Sights to See


Multnomah Falls
53000 Historic Scenic Hwy. 30 E, Fairview 97024 - 503.695.2376

Multnomah Falls is the second highest year-round waterfall in the nation. The water of the Falls drops 620 feet from its origin on Larch Mountain. Unusually cold weather can turns the falls into a frozen sight to behold. [MORE] OR [MULTNOMAHFALLSLODGE.COM]


Portland CM
4015 SW Canyon Rd, Portland - 503.223.6500

The new Children's Museum is open in its fabulous new home in Washington Park with 3 times the fun! Come out and play with the innovative, hands-on exhibits and studio programs for kids from 6 months through 13 years old. [MORE]


Crater Lake
PO Box 7, Crater Lake 97604 - 541.594.2211

If you are looking for some of the most diverse land in Oregon, a trip to Crater Lake National Park will not disappoint. The park is located north east of Medford Oregon. You can reach Crater Lake by taking Highway 97 South to Highway 138 West. [MORE]


Astoria Column
The Astoria Column is the crown jewel of the city of Astoria. Thousands of tourists come to visit this immense landmark. If you climb the 164 circular steps to the top of the Column, you will be greeted by a most breath taking view. A panoramic sense of awe will overwhelm the senses as you view the Astoria-Megler Bridge, the Columbia River, The Pacific Ocean, and the shores and mountains of Washington. [MORE COMING SOON]


The Oregon Zoo
4001 SW Canyon Rd., Portland 97221 - 503.226.1561

For over 100 year's the Oregon Zoo has excelled and grown in exciting directions. The zoo now hosts 1,029 animals from 200 species. The Oregon Zoo has great plans for the future and is in an ever changing state. A highlight at the zoo are the Zoo Lights (Christmas Season) and the Zoo Boo (Halloween Season). [MORE]


Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
1945 SE Water Ave., Portland 97214 - 503.797.4000

Fossils, earthquakes and submarines await children of all ages. The imagination is put into overdrive with over 200 hands-on exhibits, a five-story domed movie theater and a laser light show exhibit that will blow your mind. This is a definite family destination all year round. [MORE]


Oregon Coast Aquarium
2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd., Newport 97365 - 541.867.3474

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The Evergreen Aviation Museum
Highway 18 in McMinnville, Oregon, approximately 35 miles southwest of Portland

First designated HK-1 (Hughes/Kaiser), later changed to H-4 when Henry Kaiser withdrew from the project, The Hughes Flying Boat is commonly called the "Spruce Goose". The aircraft is a cargo-type flying boat designed to transport men and materials over long distances. Originally conceived by Henry Kaiser (famous for the production of liberty ships) the aircraft was designed and constructed by Howard Hughes and his staff.


Mt. Hood Jazz Festival
Mt. Hood Community College - 26000 SE Stark St., Gresham 97030 - 503.667.6422

For the past 20 years, the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival has brought the most talented musicians to Oregon. The three day event takes place during the summer and has featured the music of John Tesh, Bruce Hornsby and Rosemary Clooney. [MORE]


Timberline Lodge
Timberline Timberline Lodge, Oregon 97028 ~ 503.272.3311

At the peak of Mt. Hood lies a National Historic Landmark mountain lodge. It was constructed in 1937 with native timber and stones. It was also the centerpiece setting of the chilling Stephen King film "The Shining". [MORE]


Wild Life Safari
Exit 119 off I-5, Winston - 1.800.355.4848

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The World Forestry Center
4033 SW Canyon Rd., Portland 97221 - 503.228.1367

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The High Desert Museum
59800 S. Hwy. 97, Bend 97702 - 541.382.4754



Oregon Caves
19000 Caves Highway, Cave Junction 97523 - 503.592.2100



Tillamook Air Museum
6030 Hanger Rd. Tillamook 97141 - 503.842.1130

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