Vancouver, WA Location
HBC Fort Vancouver
Discover the history of the 19th century fur trade at Fort Vancouver, a reconstruction of a Hudson's Bay Company post! Our volunteer interpreters help us bring the fort to life by providing living history demonstrations in period clothing. You can inquire about what buildings are open by calling the fort contact station at (360) 816-6244. Throughout the fort, interpretive panels provide a self-guided tour. You can also find more information on each building at Fort Vancouver here.
Buildings in Vancouver Barracks are not currently open to the public, but wayside panels throughout this historic military post provide for an excellent self-guided tour! Learn more about visiting Vancouver Barracks here.
Pearson Air Museum
Pearson Air Museum is largely self-serve, and a fantastic place to learn about the history of aviation in the Northwest at your own pace! Volunteer docents and national park rangers are on-hand at the museum to answer your questions. Learn more about visiting Pearson Air Museum here.
Oregon City, OR Location
The Barclay house serves as the Visitor Center for this unit of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Guided tours of the McLoughlin house will begin here. Tours of the Barclay house are not available at this time.
Tours of the McLoughlin house begin nextdoor at the Barclay house, at the top of the hour from 10am to 3pm, on both Fridays and Saturdays. We are willing to accomidate tours outside of this set schedule when staffing allows.
Educational Tours are available for both the Vancouver and Oregon City locations. Every year, thousands of students - from elementary schoolers to university students - visit Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on fun and educational field trips! Learn more about our field trip oppotunities here.
Last updated: November 28, 2022