Closure Update: Monday, February 10, 2014
After our onsite crew assessed the safety of the site and access via Fifth St, we're going to keep the reconstructed fort site (1001 E. Fifth St.) closed to the public today. The Visitor Center will still open at Noon.
Document Available for Public Review
The East and South Vancouver Barracks Investigation Summary and Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis document is now available for public review. Click here for more info. More »
Reserving a Program and Availability Calendar
When Can I Make a Reservation?
Reservations submitted prior to program open dates will not be accepted.
How Do I Reserve?
1. After reading about the education programs, view the availability calendar to check which programs are still available. Every effort is made to continually update this calendar, however there may be times when reservations are not yet reflected.
2. Once you have viewed the calendar and chosen your top three dates, click on the links to download a Reservation Form and Academic Fee Waiver.
The Request Academic Fee Waiver Form does not need to be submitted with your reservations request, HOWEVER it will need be submitted via fax, mail or email, NO LATER THAN TWO WEEKS PRIOR to your visit to ensure the $3.00 per person fees for ages 16 and over and accompanying adult are waived.
What Happens Next?
Your program will be scheduled upon the receipt of your Reservation Form. A confirmation letter will then be faxed or mailed to you. Please allow one to two weeks to process your request and receipt of confirmation letter. If you do not receive a reply from Fort Vancouver NHS within four weeks, please contact the Education Program Reservation Coordinator at (360) 816-6241.
To reschedule a reservation time or date, please click here and complete the Change of Program Request Form and fax or mail it as soon as possible. You will receive a new confirmation letter once the changes have been made.
Did You Know?
Due to its outstanding cultural resources on display and in situ, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is known as the premiere historical archaeology site in the Pacific Northwest. More...