Sightseeing in Battle Ground

Up to Half Off Urban Dare Adventure Race for Two

Urban Dare

Kells Irish Pub

$90 $45

Fast-paced competition challenges teams of two with trivia, photo hunts, and mental and physical challenges

51% Off Membership to Audubon Society of Portland

Audubon Society of Portland

Northwest District

$45 $22

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Membership includes a newsletter subscription, members-only discounts, and the knowledge that you're helping to protect Oregon's birds

Up to 65% Off a Nature Hike and Tour from Volcano Lands

Volcano Lands

Redeem from Home

$139 $59

Tours curated by zoologists pick scenic and ecologically diverse paths for tours that cover wildlife and offer breathtaking views

Half Off Pedicab Brewery Experience from PDX Pedicab

PDX Pedicab

Madison's Bar & Grill

$50 $25

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Cyclists drive tandem passengers to up to three local breweries—some with discounted pints—on an eco-friendly adventure

50% Off Senior Outings from Urban Excursions

Urban Excursions

On Location

$300 $149

Knowledgeable directors lead homebound seniors on fun excursions such as culinary trips, history tours, and movies; transportation included

Up to 61% Off Urban Scavenger Hunt

CityScape Adventures

On Deck Sports Bar

$100 $40

Five-hour scavenger hunt takes participants through 12 challenges that encourage them to explore the city while testing their mettle

Portland Aquarium – Up to 53% Off Membership, Party, or Camp

Portland Aquarium

Milwaukie

$89.95 $45

Thousands of species, including stingrays, jellyfish, leopard shark, and fish native to Oregon's coast

Up to 51% Off Gaming Museum Memberships

Interactive Museum of Gaming and Puzzlery

Beaverton

$50 $25

Museum explores the historical significance and clever design of more than 1,500 board games; collectible card games, 3D puzzles, and more

Frank Lloyd Wright - Gordon House - Up to 50% Off Tour

Gordon House

Silverton

$30 $15

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Guests amble through 45-minute guided tours of the only Frank Lloyd Wright–designed home in Oregon

Up to 53% Off Ticket to Wine and Blues Festival

Meier Farms Vineyards

Helvetia

$10 $6

Blues bands, food vendors, and various wines all come together for a celebration of summer

Up to 50% Off Geology-Museum Visit

Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks & Minerals

North Plains

$16 $9

Museum on the National Register for Historic Places gives visitors a firsthand look at meteorites, fossils, petrified wood, and lapidary art

Up to 64% Off Eco Adventure Tours

Tillamook Eco Adventures

Blue Heron

$150 $65

Pet baby calves on a tour of local dairy farms or sip samples of beer and wine at the Pelican Pub Tap Room and Nehalem Winery tasting room

$9 for a Railroad Excursion from Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad

Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad

Garibaldi Depot

$18 $9

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Antique steam locomotives take passengers along scenic landscapes filled with mountainsides, evergreens, and boulder-strewn coastlines

50% Off Tour of Elk Farm with Petting Zoo

Rosse Posse Acres, Inc.

Molalla

$10 $5

Farm co-owner Brenda Ross leads tours of the working elk ranch and offers interesting facts, views of the elk, and a petting zoo visit

Up to 54% Off Winery Tour in McMinnville

Embrace Oregon Tours

McMinnville

$128 $64

Sample wines from three vineyards, feast on gourmet snacks, and learn about the region's viticultural history

46% Off Great Salem Race Entry for Four

The Great Salem Race

Salem

$35 $19

3rd annual family-friendly scavenger hunt goes through Salem as people complete challenges, solve clues, & race through 3- to 5-mile course

Up to 54% Off Sasquatch Hunt

Sasquatch Hunt

Salem

$75 $35

Truth-seekers attempt to track down Sasquatch during an overnight camping trip with complimentary transportation to and from Salem

Up to 50% Off at Maryhill Museum of Art

Maryhill Museum of Art

Dallesport-Klickitat

$18 $9

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More than 80 works by Auguste Rodin join Native American artifacts and art from Queen Marie of Romania in a hilltop mansion

Up to 66% Off Winery Tour in Hood River

Phelps Creek Vineyards

Hood River

$160 $75

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During two-hour visits, wine specialists shepherd groups through a 30-acre vineyard and treat them to barrel tasting and a cheese plate

Up to 51% Off Museum Visit or Membership

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center

The Dalles

$35 $17

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Sprawled across 54 acres, dynamic, interactive center celebrates the heritage and native wildlife of the Columbia Gorge and its surroundings

Up to 56% Off Winery Tour and Tasting at Wind River Cellars

Wind River Cellars

Husum

$110 $49

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Visitors enjoy views of Mt. Hood as they take a guided tour of the vineyard, sample 12 wines, and blend their own bottle to take home

39% Off Steam-Train Ride

Chehalis-Centralia Railroad & Museum

Chehalis

$14 $8.50

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75-minute rides cover a 12-mile route that passes wooded forests, old farmsteads, country homes, and tranquil scenes of nature

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With its historical downtown and lush greenery flanking the undulating Columbia River, Vancouver, Washington, is a Pacific Northwest paradise for the laid-back. This is just fine with Vancouver Segway Tours, a family-owned company that invites its patrons to experience the small city in one of the most laid-back manners—from a Segway.

The upright machines, which balance themselves through dynamic stabilization technology and yoga classes in their off-hours, respond to the movements of the rider, moving forward and backward along with the helmeted guests. This allows the riders to glide through the city's streets and park paths comfortably and confidently as they learn historic tidbits about the area.

108 East 7th Street
Vancouver,
WA
US

We are a small tea room in downtown historical Vancouver Washington USA. We bake up fresh scones every morning and offer over 100 varieties of loose leaf tea. Tea is served in beautiful teapots or sold in 2 ounce increments to go. Our shop is filled with whimsical gifts that add the beauty and atmosphere.

502 Washington St
Vancouver,
WA
US

Just west of Mount Hood, Henry Creek High Country Guides' owner and naturalist Tyler Allen puts the skills he learned in Alaska to the test, ushering clients to local fishing holes and teaching them everything from casting the line to grilling their catch in the wilderness. With a focus on conservation and respect for the environment, Allen and his groups embark on half-day trips through Oregon's lush majesty in search of a place to hook a cutthroat trout or kokanee salmon. Trips end by reeling in the day's catch and pouring a complimentary craft beer.

P.O. Box 213
Rhododendron,
OR
US

The entire Earth spins inside of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. It's as if visitors have launched into outer space, where they can see everything—clouds forming over North America, hurricanes churning in the tropics, and millions of animals in migration. Night falls, and the major cities light up Earth's continents like misshapen Christmas trees. Just then, the planet disappears, and in its place rises a spinning orb of fire and violent solar storms: the sun. The display, appropriately titled Science On a Sphere, is actually a 6-foot animated globe powered by a series of video projectors. It serves as the perfect centerpiece for OMSI's Earth Hall, which explores geology, tectonics, and everything else that makes Earth a living planet. The hall's exhibits let visitors control wind turbines and launch satellites into space.

Earth Hall is only one section of the museum, however. More hands-on activities wait within Turbine Hall, where kids design bridges and boats. Visitors can tour the USS Blueback, a U.S. Navy attack submarine that guarded the Pacific for 31 years, or gaze towards the heavens inside of Kendall Planetarium, which uses real-time 3D graphics to transport audiences into the very heart of black holes. Even Theory, the onsite eatery, has an educational focus. The restaurant's displays explore food sciences while Chef Ryan Morgan and his team use local ingredients to cook meals in full view.

Although every corner of OMSI sparks scientific curiosity, the museum's educational programs take things one step further. The faculty hosts astronomy camps and teaches 50-minute interactive labs in which kids might make soap or dissect a squid—a requisite skill for any future biologist or sushi chef.

1945 SE Water Ave
Portland,
OR
US

Museum Quality Framing’s staff encases cherished photos, artwork, and three-dimensional objects in materials ranging from polished wood to leather. Ready-made photo frames ($10+) clasp snapshots in a wood-and-glass embrace, protecting them from wrinkles, stains, and the scratchy nuzzles of sentimental lumberjacks. Lackluster walls can find colorful companionship in preframed artwork and a vehicle for deep self-reflection in mirrors ($100+). Ensconce valuables in custom framing packages ($69.99+), which can accommodate sports memorabilia, or preserve fine art with archival mats and backing boards. Handcrafted frames add a Renaissance flair to photos, utilizing materials such as 22-karat gold leaf to create one-of-a-kind frames.

7545 SW Barnes Rd
Portland,
OR
US

Founded in 1898, a year remembered by fashion historians as "the year of President McKinley Eyebrows," the Oregon Historical Society has sought to preserve and promote the history, politics, and culture of the nation's 33rd state through publications, lectures, and the exhibits at the Oregon History Museum. Befriend the past with the Oregon My Oregon exhibit, an award-winning and interactive look at the state's odyssey. It features 7,000 square feet of more than 50 displays showcasing numerous artifacts and antiques, including a 9,000-year-old sagebrush sandal. Beat the Independence Day rush with a visit to the exhibit Tall in the Saddle: 100 Years of the Pendleton Round-Up, running through July 4. The exhibit celebrates a century of the iconic bronco-busting rodeo event with video clips, authentic Round-up gear, and timeless photography. Also appearing at the Oregon History Museum is Becoming American: Teenagers & Immigration, a Smithsonian traveling exhibit with photos chronicling the experiences of first-generation immigrants and their children and how they have adjusted to the land of apple pie and processed-cheese singles. The exhibit runs through May 30.

1200 SW Park Ave
Portland,
OR
US