#4 Vista House
This place is also steeped with history and displays great architecture. The building was built in 1917 and now serves as a museum. It was built to commemorate the pioneers of Oregon and now is used as a place to refresh yourself while driving on The Columbia River Highway. It is surely a place with the trip and gives an experience like no other.
#3 Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden
This garden is filled with so many varying styles and cuts. The person who does the cuts is actually self-taught. You will find many amazing shapes as the trees are cut in various ways that make the garden truly one of a kind in the United States and possibly the world.
#2 The Luray Caverns
Very spectacular looking cave. To really appreciate this place you have to visit and take in the rich history that you will clearly see visible before your very eyes. It was founded in 1878 and since it was made available to the public has been visited by many. The cave is a gem of a place and is truly under-appreciated.
#1 The Ape Cave
The cave was made by flowing lava, which left the hollow tube underneath the earth. It is amazing to see what nature can do when it becomes rather violent. The cave is a true place of beauty and has been so structured that visitors can go and enjoy what it has to offer.