Tours

Sometimes adventures are better with a guide! We’ve listed our favorite local tour providers to help you find the best tours in the Northwest. Our Best of the Northwest pick is America’s Hub World Tours.

Tillamook

4175 Highway 101 North Tillamook, OR 97141

Summer Hours (mid-June to Labor Day): 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fall/Winter/Spring Hours (Labor Day to mid-June): 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

An award-winning, farmer-owned dairy co-op from Tillamook, Oregon. Tours of the Tillamook Cheese Factory are free and self-guided. You can start whenever you like, grab a lick of ice cream when the mood strikes, and set your own pace as you learn about our over 100-year tradition. Read More

Historic Plover Ferry

360-332-5742

Historic Plover Ferry, Marine Drive, Blaine, WA, United States

The Historic Plover ferry is certified by US Coast Guard to carry 20 passengers, but bicyclists, strollers and even well behaved dogs may also come aboard when there is room. The two-person crew provides interesting commentary on the Plover’s restoration and the many diverse sights along the short crossing. Read More

1-800-637-3110

Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland, OR, United States

9:00am- 12:45pm and 2:00pm - 5:45pm daily (customized for private or group tours)

We take you off the beaten path! We don’t just show you the highlights of downtown, we introduce you to the City of Portland. Read More

800-872-4661

110 Railroad Street, Hood River, OR, United States

Saturday departures, 5:30-8:30pm

“Dine like a Timber Baron!” Board Mt Hood Railroad every Saturday (thru October 31) for a farm-to-table 4-course dinner! Train leaves the station in Hood River at 5:30pm. All aboard to taste local Oregon food and wine!   Murder Mysteries Select departures include a murder mystery show in First Class. Read More

(800) 979-3370

709 SW 17th Ave, Portland, OR, United States

10:00-1:00 Thursday

Discover two of Portland’s most acclaimed culinary creations — a perfect pairing of specialty coffee and artisanal donuts — on this three-hour walking tour through the city’s trendsetting Northwest neighborhood. Read More