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  • Duration: 45 Minutes
  • Location: Vancouver, WA

Available June 8th, July 6th August 3rd, September 7th, October 5th and November 2nd, first Saturday of every month at 10:00 AM reservation required

Tour meets on the front porch of The O.O. Howard House (750 Anderson St, Vancouver)

Walking distance 1 mile, sidewalk with some uneven ground

For over a century, these late 19th and early 20th century homes on Officers Row along the north side of Evergreen Boulevard in the Historic Reserve served as residential housing for many soldiers, officers, and families stationed at Vancouver Barracks. Of particular note are Grant, Marshall, and Howard houses. Take a walk with us and learn about the buildings and the people who lived and worked in them. State grants have partially paid for the rehab costs over time, preserving these historical buildings. Experience the wide range of architectural styles on Officers Row including Colonial Revival, Queen Anne, and Second Empire. 

Parking: Visitor lot is directly south of the building. Public transportation: C-TRAN bus routes #32 and #25. Please
see for travel times, cost, and additional route information.

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