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“Water Resources Education Center”

Water Resources Education Center
Reviewed July 29, 2013

This is a great place for families to bring their children for educational activities. It is also a great place to rent the upstairs beautiful conference room with kitchen. I have attended a 50th birthday party of a friend, a conference, a meeting, and every December I help host the Junior Symphony of Vancouver Christmas Concert there. It is a great place.

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Reviewed December 11, 2012

A water treatment plant? well, yes, but a lot more. One can see it from Highway 14 and it looks like a very nice commercial set of buildings. Driving up to it one sees that it is a beautiful set of buildings. The water treatment part is all hidden indoors and their are no odors or any hint of it's main purpose. The visitor center is very nice and airy feeling with a fountain and lovely landscaping around it. Inside for visitors is a set of exhibitions places, for art exhibits, classroom, meeting room and tiny store. If your a young person, this was made for you. It's sort of science center with aquarium, and lots of hands on learning stations with hands on
demonstrations regarding water and conservation.

2  Thank SCOTT W
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Reviewed October 15, 2012

First of all: FREE. For family travelers looking for inexpensive activities, this is a must. There are many exhibits (focus is on keeping waterways and watersheds clean and healthy) for older kids plus a great small play area targeted for kids under three that is safe and clean. The location is very clean and there are nearby trails and city parks right on the river. There is a fabulous fountain that kids love to watch.

3  Thank AmyFlossy
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Reviewed September 29, 2012

Been taking my dAughter here since she was a baby. She is now 5 and still loves it. Now we have a baby bog and he loves it here too. It's safe, clean , child-proofed, educational. Great community resource! And it's free! Great indoor play area for little ones.

1  Thank Laura I
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Reviewed July 25, 2012

This place was so awesome. My kids (ages 2-13) LOVED it! The displays were very informative and creative and kept my kids entertained while they also learned alot. My 2 year old had a blast in the little Puddles play area. I'm not sure why, but we were the only people there, the entire time. My kids could have stayed there for another couple of hours! The best part is there was no admission fee! I don't know that "water resources" is the best name for this place, because there was so much information on all kinds of resources.

2  Thank aandj67
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