Attraction

From parks to museums, we’ve collected our favorite things to do in the Northwest. We’ve also made lists of our favorite Northwest roadside attractions and, in our opinion, the most underrated attractions in the Northwest. Come and explore with us!

Yamhill Valley Heritage Center

503.472.2842

Friday-Saturday 10:00 - 4:00

The Heritage Center complex features over 40,000 square feet of displays showcasing the area’s agricultural history, including a collection of more than 100 antique tractors, horse-drawn equipment and buggies, autos from the early 1900s, and fire-fighting equipment from the late 1890s.  Visit an original 1880’s one-room schoolhouse, working blacksmith and…Read More

karpeles manuscript library museum

Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum

Tues-Fri 10-4; closed weekends and Mondays

407 S. G Street, Tacoma WA Located directly across from Wright Park in an historic building built in 1931 as an American Legion Post. Using just two rooms, this free and unique museum is part of a collective of museums sharing original manuscripts and other items on paper.Read More

Red Berry Barn

(503) 925-1700

9:00 - 6:00 every day; check for off-season hours

19200 SW Chapman Rd., Sherwood, OR A family farm and retail store with gift store and fresh produce: Garden Center Bakery Country Store & Gifts Fresh Produce Pumpkin Patch Home Decor Annual harvest festival  Read More

the Bloedel Reserve Garden Bainbridge Island WA

The Bloedel Reserve

7571 NE Dolphin Dr Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Open Tuesday-Sunday, year-round, rain or shine.; Closed Mondays

Bloedel Reserve is an internationally renowned public garden and forest preserve. Stroll groomed trails through nearly 150 acres of sculpted landscapes, woods, meadows, and wildlife habitats. A home to a rotating slate of artists-in-residence.  You can tour the home and enjoy the views overlooking Puget Sound.Read More