This historical site is actually made up of four separate attractions – Fort Vancouver, Vancouver Barracks, Pearson Air Museum and The McLoughlin House – each telling a different side of the history of the Pacific Northwest. There are accessible restrooms located inside the reconstructed fort, the Visitor Center and Pearson Air Museum. The introductory film at the Visitor Center, One Place Across Time, is available in open caption format. Assisted listening devices are available. There are a number of accessible viewpoints, including the veranda of the Chief Factor's House inside the reconstructed fort (accessible via wheelchair lift) and on the Land Bridge and Columbia River Waterfront. The park has large print brochures available for use inside the Contact Station at the reconstructed fort and at the Visitor Center. Braille informational books about Fort Vancouver are available at the reconstructed fort, the Visitor Center and Pearson Air Museum. Braille translations of the Visitor Center exhibits are also available.
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