Culture/Entertainment

From music to sports, we’ve got great recommendations for date nights or weekend adventures.

Tualatin Heritage Center

503-885-1926

8700 Southwest Sweek Drive, Tualatin, OR 97062, USA

Monday-Friday 10:00am - 2:00 pm

A small museum located in the heart of downtown Tualatin, Oregon telling the diverse history of the region – from the ancient Missoula Floods that carried rich soils and huge boulders called “erratics” to the Tualatin Valley, to the native american heritage, and more recent white settlers that arrived in…Read More

Willamette Heritage Center

(503) 585-7012

1313 Mill Street Southeast, Salem, Oregon, USA

Monday-Saturday 10-5; closed Sunday.

The Willamette Heritage Center is a non-profit museum located in downtown Salem, Oregon preserving the mid-Willamette Valley history. The Willamette Heritage Center connects generations by preserving and interpreting Mid-Willamette Valley history.Read More

Enchanted Forest

503-371-4242

8462 Enchanted Way Southeast, Turner, OR 97392, USA

A Willamette Valley icon, Enchanted Forest has thrilled the little ones for decades with its own version of Fairy Tale classics.Read More

The Bing Crosby House Museum

(509) 313-4064

508 E Sharp Ave, Spokane, Washington, USA

Mon. - Fri. 12 - 4:00 p.m. and Sat. 1 - 3:00 p.m

Located on the grounds of Gonzaga University in Spokane, the museum contains memorabilia, photos, letters, awards, and more inside the childhood home of American icon, Bing Crosby.  Bing attended Gonzaga high school and university.Read More