Portland

Portland Attractions

Pearl District

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 230 Reviews

Portland's most popular commercial area, "The Pearl", as it's locally known, is north of downtown between West Burnside Street, the Willamette River, ...  Read more

Columbia River Gorge

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 29 Reviews

About 16 miles east of Portland, the Columbia River Gorge stretches from Troutdale to Biggs on the Oregon side, and from Vancouver to Maryhill on the ...  Read more

International Rose Test Garden

4.5 star rating: Recommended 62 Reviews

The most popular landscape in Washington Park, the International Rose Test Garden was originally conceived as a means of capitalizing on Portland's nickname: ...  Read more

Hoyt Arboretum

A 187-acre nature refuge with 21 trails covering 12 miles, the Hoyt Arboretum contains one of America's most varied collection of tree species, including ...  Read more

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)

Designed for science fans of all ages, OMSI features five separate halls, eight hands-on science labs, a real submarine, an OMNIMAX giant-screen theater and a ...  Read more

Washington Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 188 Reviews

Once a dense forest prowled by mountain lions, Washington Park has been Portland's most well-manicured green space since the early 1900s. Home to the city's ...  Read more

Pittock Mansion

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 177 Reviews

From 1909 to 1919, this 22-room French Renaissance-style estate was the home of Portland's original power couple, Henry and Georgiana Pittock; Henry's business ...  Read more

Multnomah Falls

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 175 Reviews

Roughly 30 miles east of Portland along the Columbia River Gorge is one of Oregon's iconic symbols – Multnomah Falls, the tallest waterfall in the state. The ...  Read more

Forest Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Portland is often lauded as one of the best cities in America for green spaces, due in no small part to 5,100-acre Forest Park, the largest urban forested area ...  Read more

Willamette Valley

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

About 45 minutes southwest of downtown Portland (which itself is technically located in the Valley), the rolling hills of this generally cool, often wet ...  Read more

Mt. Hood Railroad

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The Mt. Hood Railroad is the home of the scenic train trips that can be taken in the area around Portland. The train runs between Hood River (about 60 miles ...  Read more

Japanese Garden

The Portland Japanese Garden, set within Washington Park, offers a 5.5-acre meander beneath vine-draped arbors, over curving bridges, past waterfalls and stone ...  Read more

Mt Hood

Located about 50 miles (81 kilometers) outside of Portland, Mt. Hood sits majestically at 11,249 feet (3,429 meters), making it the highest mountain in Oregon. ...  Read more

Portland Art Museum

Founded in 1892, PAM is the oldest museum in the Pacific Northwest. Known for its extensive collections of Native American and First Nations artwork, ornate ...  Read more

Powell's Books

Since it opened its first store in 1971, Powell's Books has become one of the symbols of Portland. There are now six Powell's stores throughout the Portland ...  Read more

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