AAA Editor Notes
River Life Interpretive Center at Redmen Hall, 1394 W. SR 4, contains displays depicting the 1894 Queen Anne-style building's past as a pioneer schoolhouse and a fraternal lodge. Historic photographs and artifacts document life along the lower Columbia River 1850-1930. Stairs ascend to a bell tower atop the two-story building, affording vistas of the river; in clear weather you can see downstream as far as Astoria, in neighboring Oregon.
Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.