Two visitor centers, exhibit space, a museum store, cafe, auditorium and classroom located on an historic and dramatic bluff
The 45,000 SF Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Wasco County Historical Museum is located on an historic and dramatic bluff overlooking the Columbia River. The two visitor centers share a single site and parking lot and are connected by a common entrance lobby and a spacious and light-filled River Gallery. The building includes exhibit space, a museum store, cafe, auditorium and classroom. The exterior facade is stone veneer and cedar siding. An extensive amount of site work including landscaping, stone walls, and a rock fountain structure is featured.
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center
Masonry & Ceramic Tile Institute of Oregon - Hammurabi Award
Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center
24,000-square-foot interpretive museum is dedicated to exhibiting the natural and cultural history of the region
Oregon Holocaust Memorial
A local group of Holocaust survivors dreamt of a memorial, that was built at a site in Washington Park