• Image of the reconstructed stockade at Fort Vancouver and Pearson Air Museum looking northeast from the Land Bridge.

    Fort Vancouver

    National Historic Site OR,WA

Reserving an Education Program

Currently accepting reservations for Spring Tours

It is easy to reserve a date and time for your class to visit Fort Vancouver! The following steps will help our staff better facilitate your request. Thank you for your cooperation.

  1. As of 4-17-2014, all available educational programs for Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 extending into June are now full. Only teacher led, self-guided fort visits are available. If you have any questions please call 360-816-6241. Updated Availability Calendar.

  2. Submit a Reservation Request:
  • Spring Reservation Form - for tours conducted Tuesdays through Fridays, March 4th to June 6th.

  • Submit an Academic Fee Waiver . A fee waiver is required for students 16 years and older, Teachers and accompanying adults. The Academic Fee Waiver can be submitted at the same time as the Reservation Form, or no later than 2 weeks prior to your scheduled Tour.
In the attempt to conserve paper, you can email a scanned copy of a completed reservation request form or type the informing requested on the form in the body of the email link below. You can also fax or mail your request. See information below:

Email:

Education Program Reservation Coordinator

Fax:

(360) 816-6364

Mail:

Attn: Education Program Reservations
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
612 E Reserve St
Vancouver WA 98661

Important Information:
An e-mail will be sent confirming your reservation or requesting additional information's. Please allow one week to process your request and receive a confirmation packet. If you do not receive a reply with in five business days,please call (360) 816-6241 or click the link Education Program Reservation Coordinator to email your inquiry.

Did You Know?

Image of the interior of the Fort Vancouver NHS collections facility

Did you know that Fort Vancouver National Historic Site curates over two million objects, relating to the American Indian, fur trade, and U.S. Army occupations of the site? More...