Things to do near Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay
- 10.86 mi0.86 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay3 reviews
If you want an insight about the creation of the Hudson Bay Company in the Pacific Northwest, this is the place to "experience" what life was like in the mid 1800s. Learn how the people lived and information about how/why Washington State was included in the US instead of Canada. Place for the entire family.Popular withHistory
- 20.53 mi0.53 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay1 review
Indie films and documentaries!Popular withBudgetLocalNightlife
- 34.5 mi4.5 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay9 reviews
Alberta Street contains lots of cute boutiques, restaurants advertisement their use of organic products or vegan products, and coffee shops, making it representative of what people think of when they think of Portland (or "Portlandia" for those in the know). Be sure to check out the Alberta Street Fair - it's free and adds a major carnival-type atmosphere in Portland.Popular withBudgetLocalTrendsters
- 44.93 mi
- 54.8 mi4.8 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay4 reviews
My Teenage Son and I had dinner at the Kennedy School one night, of which I watched him devour large quantities of food. That much nutrition would have put me to bed early. However, I knew that he would be hungry again later in the evening. The cool, nearby, and busy New Seasons Market was a must stop. I found ...Popular withFoodiesWellnessGreen
- 64.5 mi4.5 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay2 reviews
Portland's most inspiring and magical public park's (in my opinion). Located under the iconic St Johns Bridge. Green rolling hills, views of Willamette river, dense abundance of trees, and majestic stone cathedral like bridge pillars. Doesn't get much better than this.Popular withOutdoorBudgetFamilies
- 74.71 mi4.71 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay3 reviews
Townshend's Alberta Street Teahouse is a tea house in Portland on the north side. They have a menu of teas for everything, ailments to moods. To boot they also hold seminars for tea education.Popular withLocal
- 84.73 mi4.73 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay3 reviews
I love how the food cart scene in Portland has caused vendors to build facilities and create public outdoor gatherings so diners have places to eat. Mississippi Marketplace is an example. Food carts are placed around an empty parking lot, and there are tents, tables, and chairs so people can sit down and eat.Popular withBudgetFoodies
- 94.22 mi4.22 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay3 reviews
I think University of Portland is a pretty normal university. It is not near downtown though and is tough to get to unless you drive. The campus is nice though and clean. There are things that go on there all of the time.
- 104.63 mi4.63 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay3 reviews
Made in Oregon is one of those places you go to buy last minute gifts for friends and family because you were either too busy, picky, or lazy when you had the chance in Town. However, PDX gives you a little more choice as there's a Powell's across the Hall, a Pendleton next door, and some nice shops on the ...
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- 123.67 mi3.67 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay2 reviews
Located in the dekum triangle, the restaurant boasts a great selection of beer and good food. The burgers are well made and reclaimed wood architecture is appealing. The bar also boasts a nice indoor outdoor space making this a great place to grab a beer when the weather is nice. The prices are higher than average. But, luckily, the food ...Popular withAdventure
- 134.79 mi
- 144.84 mi4.84 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay2 reviews
This Complex actually hosts four other businesses, besides the Guardino Gallery: - HiiH Gallery (Handmade Paper Lamps) - Redbird Studio (Specialty Stationary) - DarSalam (Middle Eastern Food) - Shrunken Head Massage In Portland, that would be called a destination location and brings to mind all sorts of "Date Night Under 1 Roof" ideas in addition to the "Last Thursday" Art ...
- 154.84 mi4.84 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay2 reviews
HiiH -- pronounced "Hi Hi" -- brings together the function of light, the craft of paper, and the art of sculpture. They are handcrafted in Astoria, shown here on Alberta, and apparently prominently featured in various residential, commercial, and gallery settings throughout the country. Even though a lot of this functional art is maybe a bit beyond my budget (or ...
- 164.79 mi4.79 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay1 review
If it's sunny and warm enough, you can be sure to find a blend of Portland's finest young people gathered here at sunset. Portland is tucked in the Willamette valley, so the geographic opportunities for actually seeing the sunset are few. This is a great overlook where you can see across the river and unwind with a box of wine. ...Popular withOutdoor
- 174.95 mi4.95 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay1 review
You can't be in Portland ten minutes without noticing all the beautiful body art. If being there inspires you to get inked, you musts go to Grizzley Tattoo. The owner, Tyler, has been a well-admired artist for decades. The vibe is comforting and creative.
- 184.15 mi4.15 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay1 review
I really like this Bookstore, especially the literary stairs up the second floor. There are stacks and stacks of well organized used book to browse, and at popular prices. It's also very Kid friendly and perhaps the only thing missing is a bookstore cat.Popular withBudgetLocalBackpackers
- 194.34 mi4.34 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay1 review
My favorite camera store and lab in the entire country by far. I started going there during my first years of college and over the next 7 years spent a ton there on film and developing, accessories and prints and would take the bus across Portland when I moved just to get my stuff done right. All the employees knew ...
- 204.85 mi4.85 mi from Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay1 review
Ampersand is a gallery, specialty bookstore, and a retail archive, all in one compact and beautifully displayed retail space. It's a place of cultural preservation, starting with the plastic sleeves on many of the selections. The books are both old and new, as is the photography (vintage or not and many on the wall as works of art). I like ...