Sitting behind some large trees, between Newberg and Hillsboro is a farm-themed store that is as authentic as it is special.
It’s no secret that if you want to learn about Oregon’s history, visiting Oregon City should be your first stop.
“WOW! I want to be in front!” Ethan said as he rushed on to the tram car, putting his hands on the bubble-like window in the front of the tram.
Driving to the waterfront on the east side of Portland, the first thing people normally think about is OMSI – the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
Water everywhere, for everyone: public fountains in downtown Portland
Portland offers more parks than any other city in the nation and one of the best on a warm sunny day is Jamison Square.
"I think it's beautiful. I like being in it," says Angela Jennings. "I love the stairs."
Two year old Violet Johnson stood and stared in amazement.
Sure, she had seen elephants in her books at home, but had never seen the real thing.
Have you ever created your own cartoon or played Connect Four with giant robotic arms? Have you ever been inside a real submarine or made flubber in a science lab?