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Gorge map spotlights art culture and heritage sites

Columbia Gorge visitors and residents can add art, culture, and heritage to the many special things to discover in this region of Washington and Oregon.

The Columbia Gorge Arts & Culture Alliance has produced a guide to the gorge’s treasure trove of art, culture, and heritage that is available as a free printed map at many visitor outlets, or as a larger online collection of maps from their website.

The “2.0 version” of the Columbia Gorge Art and Culture Tour Map features a wealth of interesting, educational and beautiful art, culture and heritage sites open to residents and visitors throughout the Columbia Gorge.

The design team incorporated a number of important features, including: listing 46 key venues (as many as space allows), using numbered and color-coded locators, giving it a cleaner, more attractive layout with featured images, making it more informative with venue hours and contact information, giving it a bold title to make it easier to find in visitor card racks, and adding a QR link to the even more extensive maps on the CGACA website, which also includes links to the websites of the various venues.

Pick up a copy of the map from many visitor sites throughout the gorge, print a copy from the website, or just use a smart phone with the website maps, and go check out the art, culture and heritage of the Columbia River Gorge.


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