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World Forestry Center, Portland

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TripAdvisor
  • The World Forestry Center takes 1.5-2 hours to go through and is an interesting place to visit with kids! It's situated in the SW part of Portland and exhibits are geared toward all ages! It's s great...  more »
  • The museum is not very big, but what they do have is very nicely displayed. Displays cover everything from wildlife, to recreation, to management and use of forest products. There is a small theater t...  more »
  • Our whole family loved this place (AAA discount!). Beautiful building and exhibits are fantastic. The upstairs is the best part (for me). Great international perspective on the importance and meaning ...  more »
Google
  • What a gem! My kids are under 5 and love this place! There is lots for them to do, it's a great price, and never as crowded as the children's museum or zoo. Would be great for older kids too, activities for all age levels.
  • Fun museum with lots of opportunities for interactivity. I wish there was more of a giftshop! Heavy on videos, which are not the most effective way to convey information at a museum.
  • One of the most different museums I've been to. There is a lot of interactive things to do with the family.
  • A great place for dialogue on forestry issues.
  • Very cool place to take the family and learn about the PNW forests.