Let Virtual Experiences Help You Plan a Future Trip to Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
While we don’t know when it will be safe and advisable to travel again, we don’t want to stop you from dreaming. Oregon’s Tualatin Valley is the perfect getaway — nestled between the urban center of Portland and on the way to the Oregon Coast.
Tualatin Valley has amazing restaurants, beautiful nature parks and exciting attractions for you to experience someday. Until then, you can enjoy some of what this area has to offer with virtual activities you can do from home.
Watch the Lajesky family’s road trip adventure through Tualatin Valley. Their family vacation shows how there’s something for everyone here. Enjoy our outdoors, golf courses and agricultural areas and more through their eyes.
Visit wine country (from your couch)
Get a taste of the scenic views and an actual taste of Willamette Valley wine anytime. Until you can visit in person, enjoy our virtual tour of wine country gallery. Several wineries in Tualatin Valley are also offering virtual tours of their vineyards as well as virtual wine tastings. You can order the wine to sip along!
Explore the Quilt Barn Trail
Scope out your favorite squares on our Quilt Barn Trail and learn about the history of the barns they adorn. When you can visit in person, follow the map and experience everything the Vineyard and Valley Scenic Tour Route has to offer.
While large events and venues are waiting until safer times to welcome theater lovers back to their seats, Tualatin Valley’s theater companies are still putting on a show — virtually! Broadway Rose Theatre Company has been doing “Midday Cabaret,” a livestreamed conversation with performers from past productions every Wednesday at 1 p.m. They also put on production of “Daddy Long Legs,” in October. Experience Theatre Project has also been doing virtual performances, including its “Tower of Terror” choose-your-experience scary story event. Bag&Baggage Productions has a series of “Unpacking the Baggage” featuring discussions of works including “It Can’t Happen Here” and “Growing up Great.”