A great place to find out about how logging has been done through the years, and you can have a go on the hands on games which are fun. The big machinery that they use in the forests is amazing! There were some exhibits of...更多
Weekend trip to Portland and we chose this due to the reviews and the fact that we have done enough zoo's this year. Boy was it a big let down.Small museum and there really isn't much to do. Lots of attractions not working, so happy...更多
I went solo and it was nice to visit but I won't return unless I'm bringing young kids along. The exhibits are perfect for the 5-12 year old age group. There is some nice knowledge center information including the Hall of Fame storage on individuals...更多
This place was really fun! Even though it was small there was a lot of fun stuff for kids! The was a great scavenger hunt, and when you completed it you god a prize! There is a hidden (very small) figure of Bigfoot and if...更多
We were at the First Annual Tea Expo held here and you were allowed to enter for free. The exhibit was very entertaining and knowledgeable. Something for everyone. The Russian Rail was very fun; set up like a real train ride. Outside is a real...更多
We came to Washington Park primarily to visit the zoo, but with some time left in the day, we decided to visit the World Forestry Center which is a few hundred yards away. We're glad we did.
Although it is small, they pack a lot...更多
We have 10 year olds and they loved this museum. It is relatively small, is 2-story, offers scavenger hunts of varying difficulty, and has a combination of interactive and informative exhibits, including an introductory film. It was a nice cool spot (the day was uncharacteristically...更多