I am partial to Officers' Row having had my law office there for 14 years. It is a long row of mansion like houses built in the 1860's across from a huge expanse of green lawn where soldiers used to practice marching. In the 1980's the houses were turned into 2 story offices and homes, some of them duplexes with... 更多
This is an awesome park with restaurant, Beautiful setting with outdoor tables...Park right across from restaurant for a nice after dinner walk or watch your children to play...great play for a sunny afternoon.
many old houses to see with plagues describing who stayed there. Some you go go inside to see.33 acres of land to walk around in and in the vicinity of the Vancouver Fort.
The military post at Ft Vancouver dates back to before the Civil War. A stroll through the fort provides an excellent view back into history. Take the time to include not only Officer's Row, but the old infantry and artillery barracks, the hospital complex and the War Memorial. At various times of the year special events take place on the... 更多
The food here is first class. I have never had a bad meal here. Service is second to none. I like dining in this very old historic home on officers row. In the summer you can sit outside. I say all this because this is our favorite place to dine in all of the Metro area. Remember - Closed on... 更多
Great period piece locations with interesting histories. best way to visit is to walk down the street and stop and view each by itself. Well work a small detour to visit.
This is a nice histrorical area, with a nice park, and lots of historical significance. I have attended a wedding at the park there, and traveling through from point to point can be pleasant, if you are able to leisurely enjoy the route.
This is a really neat collection of old homes that are now converted to businesses, government offices, and wedding venues. The drive down Officer's Row is spectacular during all seasons with the tree line. There is also some excellent Pokémon hunting if that's important to you.
Time the officers houses represent the time periods of the occupation of the fort. They are a fabulous representation of period architecture. In a wonderful parklike setting. I have never been in any of the smaller row like buildings but they are great to look at.
Along the north side of E. Evergreen Boulevard is where you will find Officer’s Row. This is where the officer’s of Fort Vancouver lived when the Army occupied this area many decades ago. The oldest officer’s house is The Grant House built in 1849. The newest house on Officer’s Row was built in 1907. A span of almost six decades.... 更多