Could use more components for younger children. Lots of information for adults to read. Maybe some things you push and it talks to you would make it better, there is one, could use more.
About Mount St. Helens Visitor Center
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DH and I came to the visitors center and hiked one of the trails during our recent trip to Washington. The visitors center is really nice and has a good movie about the eruption. The mountain was out during our drive up but by the...More
We stopped her before heading up towards the David Johnstone observatory, which is situated 40 miles up the highway. It was located a couple of minutes walk from our lodgings and has a large car park outside. As you enter there is a live streaming...More
Forty miles before you can actually stand on Johnson's Ridge and see the mountain is this gift shop.It has videos running, pictures, explanations of the disaster, stories and samples of trees and rocks. The real center has all the same things but with a much...More
I've been to Mt. St. Helens NATIONAL PARK a couple of times. This trip I followed the signs and turned into the wannabe state park. When I finally got up to the payment counter I asked why they had changed. "We haven't. We're the State...More
Great View, Great Hiking Paths, Great Movie Reasonable fee for the museum, moderate sized but good selection in gift shop area. There was one food vendor in the parking lot in the summer. Otherwise, there is no food or drink for miles.
There is a small visitors center in Castle Rock next to Parkers Restaurant where we stopped to buy souvenirs, and the lady inside told us about the large state park visitors center 5 miles away. We drove down easily enough, paid the entrance fee, visited...More