Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center, Stevenson

4.7
#38 of 127 in Museums in Washington State
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4.8
  • My friend and I decided to drive out to the museum and took advantage of a LivingSocial coupon, giving us access to the museum for $11. I have to tell you, we were blown away by the amount of displays...  more »
  • Plenty to see. Well presented. A local museum on steroids. Movie and gift shop too. Not a whole lot to keep toddlers and tykes interested but older children will enjoy it.  more »
  • We wish we had been able to spend more time at the "Museum in the Heart of the Gorge." During our brief visit, I especially enjoyed the exhibits about the history of the early settlers along the Colum...  more »
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  • Very nicely done museum for the Columbia Gorge all sorts of areas. Expanded gift shop now includes work of local artists.
  • Lots to see and we'll worth going. Well maintained facility and very nice staff. Can't wait to bring guests to see.
  • Interesting collections. Helpful staff. Beautiful Indian jewelry.
  • Free tour, without spending the money. Pretty smart to allow a Google 360 back pack camera inside the museum. Now people don't have to waste their money on admission. Thank you.
  • Very nice...given the area. Unfortunately not a lot of what I expected....Columbia River "then and now"....contrasting the Columbia today with the + Though there were several river related artifacts: salmon trapping device, logging and saw mill tools, train engine....there were some unrelated collections that the museum has been entrusted to hold...such as a fairly comprehensive rosary collection...one in particular stuck out...one with a swastika instead of a cross! The main theater was down, so we had to watch the 20 minute video in DVD standard definition (boy, are we spoiled). Most of it focused on the geological formation of the Columbia River Gorge and not much on the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery and how the Columbia may have looked in their days.