Sightseeing in Vancouver


Oregon Nation Tours: $39 for One Segway Tour for One from Oregon Nation Tours ($69 Value)

$39 for One Segway Tour for One from Oregon Nation Tours ($69 Value)

Oregon Nation Tours

Portland

Segways cruise through downtown Portland catching glimpes of historic landmarks or pass along the scenic Willamette River

$69 $39

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Challenge Nation: $25 for Entry to Portland Challenge: The Ultimate Urban Scavenger Race on May 3 ($55 Value)

$25 for Entry to Portland Challenge: The Ultimate Urban Scavenger Race on May 3 ($55 Value)

Challenge Nation

Rock Bottom Brewery

Teams race to solve clues and strategize to win cash prizes and awards during urban race; music and drink specials at post-race party

$55 $25

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CityScape Adventures: Entry to Urban Scavenger Hunt for One, Two, or Four from CityScape Adventures (Up to 69% Off)

Entry to Urban Scavenger Hunt for One, Two, or Four from CityScape Adventures (Up to 69% Off)

CityScape Adventures

On Deck Sports Bar

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

$60 $25

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Urban Dare: $45 for an Urban Dare Adventure Race for a Two-Person Team (Up to $90 Value)

$45 for an Urban Dare Adventure Race for a Two-Person Team (Up to $90 Value)

Urban Dare

Kells Irish Pub

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

$90 $45

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PDX Pedicab: $25 for a 2.5-Hour East-Side Pedicab Brewery Experience for Two from PDX Pedicab ($50 Value)

$25 for a 2.5-Hour East-Side Pedicab Brewery Experience for Two from PDX Pedicab ($50 Value)

PDX Pedicab

Portland

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

$50 $25

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Oregon Museum of Science and Industry: One-Year Membership for Two Adults or a Family at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (Up to 46% Off)

One-Year Membership for Two Adults or a Family at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (Up to 46% Off)

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

Hosford - Abernethy

Tour a decommissioned submarine, watch films at the Empirical Theater and explore five halls full of interactive exhibits

$90 $49

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Spirit Expeditions: Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (58% Off)

Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (58% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Hawthorne District

A two-hour walking tour covers Portland’s most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

$50 $21

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Select Local Merchants

  • Vancouver Segway Tours
    With its historical sites 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 relaxed 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.
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    612 E Reserve St
    Vancouver, WA US
  • Philip Foster Farm
    Philip Foster was one of the few Americans who could say they helped establish one of the United States. As one of Oregon's earliest pioneers, Foster was instrumental in settling travelers during the mid- to late-19th Century. He helped build and operate Barlow Road, and even directed travelers into Willamette Valley by guiding covered wagons and waving a candle for landing airplanes on foggy nights. Foster's farm and home in Eagle Creek also played a major role in the area's history. Today, visitors can explore the property's house, store, barn, and outbuildings, all while soaking up historical facts from guides in period clothing. Guests can also stop by the farm for annual events, including a Dutch oven cook-off, garden parties, and other seasonal festivities.
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    29912 SE Highway 211
    Eagle Creek, OR US
  • Elements Glass
    As one of the largest glassblowing facilities in Portland, Elements Glass is the hub of the area's glassblowing scene, providing studio space and schooling for local artists and ambitious amateurs. During the introductory class, students learn how to craft a one-of-a-kind glass float, choosing their own colors and breathing life into their beautiful bauble over the course of 30?45 minutes. Those who love art but dislike respiration can skip the studio and head straight to the store, which populated by translucent treasures from a range of local glass gurus.
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    1979 NW Vaughn St
    Portland, OR US
  • Framed Art Studios
    Framed Art's experts transform unsheathed artwork, photographic heirlooms, and old family tax returns into custom-trussed adornments worthy of the most exclusive fireplace mantles. An 8"x10" frame ($50+) modestly complements a stairwell gallery of school portraits, while a 22"x28" casing ($100+) could corral a raucous concert poster. Basic framing estimates cover matting, backing, glass, and a plain perimeter of black wood or metal. Larger or more ornate options ensconce the most precious specimens in carved wood, lace mattes, or lasers.
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    7417 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy
    Portland, OR US
  • Vine Gogh Artist Bar & Studio
    As the artist-in-residence at a local grade school, Vine Gogh Artist Bar & Studio owner Jenny Schildan inspired more than 600 grade-schoolers to confidently wield a paintbrush. Now, she applies the same patience and passion when teaching her adult art classes. Jenny likes to emphasize the therapeutic, meditative aspects of painting in her classes. “You kind of get tunnel vision for a couple hours—it’s a nice way to leave the planet.” To set a soothing tone, she serves wine and complimentary appetizers, puts on music, and kicks off classes with a toast. Then, she delves deeply into technique, from which brush to use to proper brushstrokes and basic color theory. “I tell students it’s like learning a dance routine. You go step by step and at the end, you have whole piece.” Her fellow instructors tout not just technical expertise¬—all studied art at the university level—but a lifelong passion for art and teaching. She believes that the nurturing environment the group fosters can lure even the most timid painter to the canvas. “People have shocked themselves to see what they can create.”
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    7956 Southeast 13th Avenue
    Portland, OR US
  • FrightTown
    Hailed as the "scariest and best haunted attraction in the entire state of Oregon" by HauntWorld.com, FrightTown has elicited hair-raising screams for a decade. As its name suggests, FrightTown isn't just a single haunted house: it's a whole city block's worth of scares spread out across three very different haunts. Though the themes and the names of these haunts may stay the same from one year to the next, FrightTown overhauls each one annually to ensure that even the most loyal masochists find new reasons to scream around every turn. As of 2014, FrightTown's longest-running attraction is Baron Von Goolo's Museum of Horrors. This madhouse mixes humor and horror into one unpredictable experience that leaves people simultaneously scratching their heads and sprinting for the door, just like a high-school calculus class.
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    300 N Winning Way
    Portland, OR US

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