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Pontin Del Roza Winery: $25 Off Pontin Del Roza Winery Privilege Club Membership at Pontin Del Roza Winery

$25 Off Pontin Del Roza Winery Privilege Club Membership at Pontin Del Roza Winery

Pontin Del Roza Winery

Northwest Benton

For $1, receive $25 off Pontin Del Roza Winery Privilege Club Membership

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Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon: 5 or 10 General Admissions to Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon (Up to 52% Off)

5 or 10 General Admissions to Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon (Up to 52% Off)

Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon

Pendleton

Fun, educational exhibits include an interactive marketplace and a tree-filled reading jungle

$20 $11

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Mount Hood Railroad: Train Tour for Two with SkyDome, First Class, or Standard Seating from Mount Hood Railroad (Up to 50% Off)

Train Tour for Two with SkyDome, First Class, or Standard Seating from Mount Hood Railroad (Up to 50% Off)

Mount Hood Railroad

Hood River

See beautiful Columbia River Gorge orchards and vineyards with spring blossoms from a historic train; panoramic view in SkyDome car

$129.90 $64.95

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Maryhill Museum of Art: Visit for Two Adults or a Family of Four to Maryhill Museum of Art (Up to 50% Off)

Visit for Two Adults or a Family of Four to Maryhill Museum of Art (Up to 50% Off)

Maryhill Museum of Art

Goldendale

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

$18 $9

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Columbia Gorge Discovery Center: Membership or Visit to Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum  (Up to 48% Off)

Membership or Visit to Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum (Up to 48% Off)

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center

The Dalles

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

$18 $9.50

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Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery: Winery Tour for Two or Four, or Four-Course Dinner for Two at Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery (Up to 41% Off)

Winery Tour for Two or Four, or Four-Course Dinner for Two at Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery (Up to 41% Off)

Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery

Wenatchee

Winemakers demonstrate how different varietals are crafted as groups sip on wines; four-course meal includes wine-blending session

$50 $30

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Patit Creek Cellars: Wine and Bites Pairing Experience or Tasting with Wine Credit for 2 or 4 at Patit Creek Cellars (Up to 50% Off)

Wine and Bites Pairing Experience or Tasting with Wine Credit for 2 or 4 at Patit Creek Cellars (Up to 50% Off)

Patit Creek Cellars

Multiple Locations

Sample wines with paired bites such as cheese and seasonal produce in Spokane or visit the winery and tasting room in Walla Walla

$30 $17

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  • Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon
    There's nothing quite so moving as the look of wonder in a child's eyes. Well, that's not exactly true. How about the look of wonder in the eyes of, say, 100 children? That's what you're likely to find at Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon, which offers endless possibilities for young ones to learn and explore. The imagination is free to roam and set up shop in any of the museum's many exhibits, which include an interactive "market" and a tree-filled reading jungle. After your visit, head to the toy store to pick up an educational game, a science project, or a TV set plastered over with fun math equations.
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    400 S Main St.
    Pendleton, OR US
  • Maryhill Museum of Art
    Samuel Hill was undoubtedly a visionary in his own right, but having friends in high places didn't hurt him any. In 1907 he purchased 5,300 acres along the Columbia River to establish a Quaker farming community and found the Maryhill Land Company, named after his daughter. Seven years later he set to work building a mansion on the hill overlooking the river. But then his company folded and the mansion was without purpose. Enter friend number one: Parisian dance pioneer Lo?e Fuller. She advised him to transform the cavernous building into an art museum. Throughout the next several years, he filled its halls with pieces from around the world, supplemented by works from Lo?e's artist friends?including Auguste Rodin. And to further demonstrate his web of camaraderie, another friend of Hill's, Queen Marie of Romania, contributed Orthodox art and icons from her homeland. In 1926, the Queen dedicated the mansion as the Maryhill Museum of Art to a crowd of more than 2,000 onlookers. And yet the museum wasn't finished. When Hill died in 1931, the museum's board of trustees stepped in to helm the completion of the project. On May 13, 1940, on what would've been Hill's 83rd birthday, they opened the museum to the public. In the years immediately following, Hill collaborator and arts patron Alma de Bretteville Spreckels fortified the museum's already-impressive collection with works of art loaned and gifted from her own home. Today Maryhill overlooks the same vista, plus a sculpture garden, displaying its diverse collection of art from around the world. In addition to 80 original pieces by Rodin, including The Thinker, paintings by other European and American artists, and the Th??tre de la Mode French fashion exhibition, the museum's halls display Native American works from prehistoric times to the modern age. It also caters to younger minds with an activity room filled with games and child-friendly activity guides that make art accessible to kids so that parents don't have to carve Starry Night into their grilled cheese sandwiches.
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    35 Maryhill Museum Drive
    Goldendale, WA US
  • Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum
    Museums have a reputation for housing dusty, fragile artifacts that normally shouldn't be touched. But the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum is a different breed. Its passionate staff and crew of volunteers have collected and restored hundreds of historical cars, planes, and other vehicles, all of which they regularly start up and drive. Size: not surprisingly, the museum is located in an indoor hangar that stretches for more than 2.5 acres and can take more than a day to fully explore Eye Catcher: larger antique tractors, trucks, and military Jeeps loom over a fleet of their smaller siblings Permanent Mainstay: the Curtiss JN-4D "Jenny" from 1917 was lovingly restored by the museum's experts, who even applied the plane's finish the traditional way: with horsehair brushes. These planes were standard training aircraft for pilots in WWI. Don't Miss: seven different Ford Model T's from model years 1914?1927 Hidden Gems: the museum has almost 30 vintage motorcycles hiding beneath airplane wings and between cars. Guests are encouraged to try and spot all the hogs, including several Harley-Davidsons and one extra-elusive one named Waldo Special Programs: every "Second Saturday" of the month is a volunteer action day, when expert volunteers fire up the display vehicles for driving and flying demos
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    1600 Air Museum Rd
    Hood River, OR US
  • The History Museum
    In 1907, the Hood River County Pioneer Society started collecting documents and artifacts that reflected the diversity and culture of their region. Now those items are housed at The History Museum in a collection that totals 11,000-plus pieces and continues to grow weekly. With a focus on memorabilia that dates from the Native American era to the present, the museum’s exhibits include horse-drawn carriages, phonographs, and the barometer a witch concocted to predict the weather. To further immerse visitors in the county’s history, the costumed guides of the museum’s annual Cemetery Tales relay historical anecdotes during stops at notable gravesides. The tours are one of many events and educational programs available through the museum, many of which are geared toward kids. Other include yoga sessions that relate different poses to points in history and camps where youngsters learn to throw an atlatl, a spear used by Native Americans.
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    300 East Port Marina Drive
    Hood River, OR US
  • Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail
    Starting at 850 and rising to an elevation of 3,085 feet, Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail sprawls across a collection of hills that makes up the ninth American Viticultural Area. The collection of wineries produce more than 40 wine varietals—and the Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail knows about all of them. With recommendations for local lodging and local eateries, Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail grants visitors passports to help them navigate their way through the oenophile’s playground.
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    PO Box 1825
    Zillah, WA US
  • Kestrel Vintners
    Kestrel Vintners' two 80-acre vineyard sites furnish wines culled from a collection of dark, rich reds and crisp, fruity whites?all created and housed within the 15,000-square-foot winery ziggurat. Inside the tasting rooms, guests can sip on an evolving selection of six samplings, with offerings that may include the Lady in Red 9th Edition blend, juxtaposing dark, fruity flavors with rich spice and cedar, or the bright and citrusy 2009 Falcon Series sauvignon blanc. Drinkables are paired with a charcuterie plate, featuring a selection of cheese and cured meats arranged to resemble Italy's boot kicking a giant meatball. Visitors will take home two souvenir glasses to commemorate their grape-fueled adventure, and will receive 20% off any wines available for purchase at the time of their visit.
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    2890 Lee Rd
    Prosser, WA US

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