O.O. Howard House
Situated in the Fort Vancouver National Site, the Howard House was built in 1879 for Civil War General, Oliver Otis Howard and today is headquarters of the Fort Vancouver National Trust. The Howard House can host meeting space or small receptions in our Education Conference Room or outdoor courtyard. Available amenities include audio/visual equipment, wi-fi hook up and coffee service.
750 Anderson Street
Vancouver, WA 98661
Amenities: The Howard House is ADA accessible, has bathrooms amenities, and a catering kitchen that provides a sink, oven (not range), and refrigerator.
Audio-Visual Equipment: State-of-the-art built-in projection/sound system that is easily accessed and included in use of the room.
Tables and Chairs: Indoor tables and chairs are included in your rental and are set up prior to your event start time. Available for your use are; 72” rectangular tables and 40 fabric chairs. All other furniture must be arranged separately.
Food and Beverage Restrictions: Food and beverages, such as greasy finger foods, red meat sauces, red wine, red punch, or red cake frosting, which can stain rugs and furniture, are not permitted. No alcoholic beverages other than white wine, champagne, and beer (only bottled, cans, or 3 gallon pony kegs) will be permitted.
Staking: Due to the historic nature of the site, absolutely no staking will be permitted on any of the exterior grounds. Tents and any other top-heavy items must be weighed down.
Size: Conference Room - 19 feet by 29 feet totaling 551 square feet
*Based on a 12 hour rental; any rental exceeding 12 hours will be charged an additional hourly fee.
- Capacity: 48
- Contact: Julie Kummer
- Phone: (360) 828-5237