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The Marshalls only lived there two years, but the house holds exhibits from their stay along with... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Dayton OH
had a beautiful wedding here 8 yrs ago :)

this house is historic and worth a viewing for those interested in things like that. the area is... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Vancouver, Washington
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This Queen Anne Victorian was once the residence of George C. Marshall, the architect of the plan for European recovery after World War II. Marshall occupied the home, one of two Officers' Row houses currently open to the public, when he was the...more
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1301 Officers Row, Vancouver, WA 98661-3856
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Marshalls only lived there two years, but the house holds exhibits from their stay along with gorgeous, fully restored ground floor of rooms. It’s a treat for antique lovers, while also honoring the important contributions of George C. Marshall.

Thank Peru-love
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

this house is historic and worth a viewing for those interested in things like that. the area is great for walking and the gorgeous giant trees make it very magical. the experience of booking this for our event was very simple and professional. it's so...More

Thank molladimarina
Reviewed 7 May 2018

Such a relaxing and informative walk along Officers Row. The Marshall house was as nicely kept up as all the others. Plaque explains it's history at the street side.

Thank ladyme1
Reviewed 1 May 2018

I take all my friends and families that visit here to this wonderful house. We should all be so proud of having such a will kept, historic, available home in our city. There are very nicely done information about the building and those that lived...More

Thank Mary Ann H
Reviewed 10 March 2018

This place is amazing! Beautiful Victorian style houses, in a park like setting. Many of the houses now converted or use different as business offices, but still beautiful to look at. Bring a pic-nic and hang out across the street at the park area.

Thank Vida67
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Perfect setting of polished wood, and plaster walls from another century for those really really special events! Only drawback: Parking is limited, so you might suggest car pooling.

Thank KathrynofVancouver
Reviewed 1 November 2017

I really enjoyed visiting the house. Lots of interesting furnishings, clothing, antiques, and memorabilia. There was a very nice man who would answer all your questions to the best of his ability, and he was very knowledgeable.

Thank Henry B
Reviewed 7 October 2017

This is one of two old houses open to the public along Officers Row, a gentile, serene area of Vancouver, Washington. (The other one is a restaurant, Grant House.) It's located by a National Historic Site. The house itself is two stories, but only the...More

Thank F4981JCmichaels
Reviewed 25 September 2017 via mobile

Nice preservation of the house. George Marshall was actually there for only a short period if time. The ringer was that the building and everything else was closed on Sunday. Never saw that before for a National Park.

Thank iceman1947
Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

The Marshall house was an interesting stop before we toured Fort Vancouver. The two places are related so don't skip either one. The house is occupied on its upper floors by businesses so you cannot tour those areas. The main level is set up for...More

Thank Mwilliford
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