Check out these itinerary ideas for a group tour in Vancouver, Washington.
“The triangle between the waterfront, Fort Vancouver, and our downtown core is very walkable, making some of Vancouver’s greatest attractions extremely accessible. And if you stay in central, north, or east Vancouver—each neighborhood has such a unique vibe and its own culture to experience.” –Erica Lindemann, director of marketing, Visit Vancouver WA
Tour the Clark County Historical Museum, which offers rotating exhibits and a secret manuscript library.
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site shares the history of the Pacific Northwest and is one of only a few urban national parks in the nation. The 191-acre area is home to the visitor center, fort, the fort village, barracks, the McLoughlin House, and Pearson Air Museum.
Firehouse Glass offers group lessons on glassblowing, torch work, and fusing.
Live Laugh Love Art provides group sessions for various art projects, including glassblowing. Afterward, head to Hopworks Urban Brewery next door.
Participate in a team-building class at The Source, an indoor rock-climbing facility in the downtown.
Take a self-guided Downtown Mural Tour. Groups visiting on the first Friday of the month can check out the First Friday Art Walk, happening year-round.
The area is full of hiking opportunities. Check out The Washington Trail Association or Visit Vancouver WA websites for group hiking locations.
About 20 minutes north of downtown, Bethany Winery can host large groups and is a great place to spend an afternoon.
The Clark County Wine Trail, features 17 wineries and tasting rooms. The list includes many of the seven wine tasting rooms along the redeveloped waterfront—all within a few blocks of one another.
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Main Image: Vancouver Waterfront; Credit: Visit Vancouver WA