- Our list of the best things to do in The Dalles, Oregon, features the top 48 nearby activities — including 22 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- The Dalles, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Water Activities, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 18 things to do within the city of The Dalles, OR , followed by 30 popular activities in nearby cities, including Hood River
5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles, OR 97058 MoreLess Info
Interactive exhibits and not only are displayed on the 26,100 square feet of the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, covering domains such as the Ice Age, the county's history, and the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Built in 1897, Old St. Peter's Landmark is a historic former Catholic Church open to the public. Stained glass and a unique Gothic design are among the many qualities that make the church a popular historic landmark.
Whites and reds can be purchased from the Sunshine Mill Winery, which is housed in the only designated skyscraper in the Columbia River Gorge. A food menu is available, including cheese specialties such as the Dubliner aged white cheddar. Public events are held in here, as well as private ones.
Established in the beginning of the 19th century, The Dalles was for at least 10,000 years a major trading center for the Native Americans. Parks, museums, and an annual event called The Northwest Cherry Festival are some of the things which attract visitors in here.
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914 Court Street, The Dalles, OR 97058 MoreLess Info
Hood River Wine Tours - Columbia Wine Tours offers patrons the opportunity to explore the waterfall of Columbia Gorge, view wet forests and spot wildlife like eagles and osprey. Guests also tour the vineyards of several wineries and sample wines.
The entire family can spend time at the Horsethief Lake State Park, which covers 3,338 acres and encompassing also the Dalles Mountain Ranch area. The 90 acres lake can be used for boating and fishing. In the park are found some of the oldest pictographs from America.
Located high on a hill with panoramic views of the surrounding area, Dry Hollow Vineyards makes a variety of wines. They no longer offer tastings to the public, but do sell their wines, as well as Merlot and Syrah grapes.