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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

September 28, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

September 29, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

September 30, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 1, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 2, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 3, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 4, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 5, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 6, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 7, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 8, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 9, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 10, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 11, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 12, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 13, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 14, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 15, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 16, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 17, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 18, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 19, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 20, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 21, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 22, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 23, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 24, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 25, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 26, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 27, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 28, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 29, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 30, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

October 31, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

November 1, 2014

Bradford Island (Oregon side) Visitor Center: Take exit 40 off I-84. Open daily 9am to 5pm. In addition to views of migrating fish moving through underwater fish ways, visitors will find a five-level facility with an observation deck, air conditioned interior with exhibits, restrooms, a large theater, and all-glass exterior walls which allow a panoramic view of the Columbia River Gorge. A short walk leads to a viewing area inside the first powerhouse.

Washington Shore Visitor Complex: Take Washington State Route 14 to milepost 39. Turn onto Dam Access Road about one mile west of the dam, or three miles west of the Bridge of the Gods, and follow the signs to the visitor center. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This complex offers an easily accessible view of the powerhouse. Generators can be viewed from an area 85 feet above the powerhouse floor. Inside the fish-viewing building and adjacent Visitor Orientation building are exhibits on the history of fish in the area and how a modern hydro power plant works.

Bradford Island Visitor Center Open Daily

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