March 29, 2021 | By Chelsea | No Comments

Things to do on a Rainy Day in Tualatin Valley

Spring is here and with it, longer days and more sunshine, but that doesn’t mean it’s always nice outside. Spring in Oregon includes plenty of rainy days but there’s still a lot to do indoors in Tualatin Valley.

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Axe Throwing 

Book a private axe throwing party at Stickmen Brewing’s Tualatin Beer Hall. Celtic Axe Throwers offers an authentic and professional experience, using wooden-handled axes and targets that reduce bounce back. Axe throwing is fun, safe and perfect for small get-togethers like team building, or bachelor/bachelorette parties. While you’re there, don’t miss out on Stickmen’s wide selection of craft beer and delicious wood-fired pizza. Book here >>> 

Escape Rooms

Escape Rooms are back and Tualatin Valley is home to several with fun and unique themes for any small group. You have to work together to solve puzzles and riddles and try to “escape” the room in under one hour. Immerse yourself in a wizard’s lair, test your nerves at a space academy or escape an arcade where you’ve been trapped. More on escape rooms >>>

Board Games 

Senet Game Bar in Tigard is the perfect place for board game lovers who also love cocktails. The bar has a library of games to chose from to play while you enjoy their signature cocktails like the “Chai Baby Old Fashioned” or “She Spicy.” Or head to one of Tualatin Valley’s game shops to pick something up to play at home. Aptly named Rainy Day Games has a huge selection of games and puzzles and just downstairs from Senet is Versus Board Games, where you’ll find modern card, board and dice games and more.

Tea Party

Get fancy with a high tea at Mamancy Tea and Chocolates. Certified tea sommelier and chocolatier Anne Johnson has created a luxury experience including unlimited hot tea, savory sandwiches and sweet treats. This fun idea is perfect for a sweet date or outing with family.

Don’t let Oregon’s unpredictable spring weather catch you hiding inside. Plan one of these fun outings and see that Oregon’s Tualatin Valley has something to offer no matter the weather.

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Here are the some of the seasonal treats we look forward to this time of year, and we hope you will come see for yourself why these are the top five things to do this spring.

While many species of birds live year-round in the Tualatin Valley, the spring brings dozens of other species through the area during migration season.

Much of the valley is devoted to pristine, rural wetlands, nature parks, wildlife refuges, verdant forests, tranquil waters and open fields, perfect spots for hiking and cycling, paddle trips, fishing, birding and wildlife watching and more.

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