- $50 for two tickets ($64 value)
Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark
On the roof of Evergreen Wings & Waves sits probably the only Boeing 747 that you exit via slide if everything is going according to plan. Your destination? The indoor waterpark contained below. Throughout the park, exhibits educate with hands-on demonstrations of the powerful effects water has on both society and the natural world, and a theme of scientific and technological enrichment pervades the entire facility.
It might seem strange for a waterpark to have such a lofty goal, but it starts to make sense when you realize that Wings & Waves is just one part of the larger Evergreen Museum Campus, a monument to all things aviation. Fixtures of the museums include a history of space flight and the Oregon Aviation Hall of Fame/ But the crown jewel of the museum is made out of wood: the Spruce Goose is one of the largest airplanes ever built, a marvel of engineering designed by Howard Hughes during World War II.