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  • 1

    Powell's City of Books

    5
    107 reviews

    Truly a City of Books! Powell's in downtown Portland takes up an entire city block plus a second building! There are several rooms each with various sections. Make sure to make it all the way up to the Pearl room on the top floor to check out the rare book collection.

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  • 2

    Multnomah Falls

    4.5
    68 reviews

    One of the Portland area's most famous natural attractions. If you are looking for a taste of the beautiful nature of Oregon the gorge is a great option. It's not too far from the city so it's easy to do if you are visiting the area.

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  • 3

    Oregon Zoo

    4.5
    40 reviews

    It's a beautiful zoo with lots of exhibits and places to venture. It's always pleasantly crowded, so it's not insanely packed nor empty. I really enjoyed the aquariums and polar bear exhibit, and there's a large park area for picnics and enjoying the sun. For food, I had my first elephant ears here (deep-fried dough with cinnamon and sugar) and ...

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  • 4

    Portland Saturday Market

    4
    37 reviews

    Portland Saturday Market is always fun to explore on the weekends on the waterfront. You can find food, little trinkets, clothes, jewelry, and almost everything else. You'll see a lot of hipsters around but it's Portland, of course. It's a fun place to hang out and people-watch too! Things aren't always cheap, but it's fun to "window-shop."

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  • 5

    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

    4.5
    32 reviews

    Awesome place! Be sure to visit during one of their OMSI After Dark events... beer, video games, and NO kids!

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  • 6

    Pearl District

    4
    32 reviews

    A lot of the nice restaurants and bars are located in the Pearl District. We stayed at someone's condo through Airbnb, it was a cool area, but for some reason, it smelled like dog pee EVERYWHERE we walked. That was unpleasant especially since all the buildings were so new and modern. You can pretty much walk to restaurants, shops, or ...

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  • 7

    Pioneer Courthouse Square

    4
    34 reviews

    From the square you are at the center of the city, the heart of the downtown. Big beautiful open space at the center of where the two sets of Max light rail trains meet. This open space is popular for performances and often at the center of city festivities!

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  • 8

    International Rose Test Garden

    4.5
    29 reviews

    If the roses are in bloom, this is a lovely place to walk around. The flowers are beautiful and astonishing in their variety.

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  • 9

    Japanese Garden

    4.5
    24 reviews

    Peaceful, serene and beautiful. Designed by the vision of Professor Toto, a renowed, major landscape architect from Japan. The tranquility of walking through these five acres offers a really authentic, old-world Japanese experience within downtown Portland.

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  • 10

    Portland Farmers' Market

    4.5
    23 reviews

    Phenomenal farmers' market. Great range of produce (fruits and vegetables), and food products (jams, sauces) . In addition, there is a wide range of restaurants and food trucks selling prepared foods. So you can shop, eat, and mingle all you want.

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  • 11

    Tom McCall Waterfront Park

    4
    26 reviews

    Lovely waterfront walking or biking park along the Willamette River. Just minutes from the Ginkgo house streetcar or bus.

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  • 12

    Washington Park

    4.5
    19 reviews

    Best Rose Garden/Japanese Gardens

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  • 13

    Forest Park

    4.5
    19 reviews

    it's amazing. its a forest right in the middle of a city. it feels like you're out in the woods far from the city, but you can get there really quickly from downtown/pearl/NW. it's always awesome.

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  • 14

    Pittock Mansion

    4
    20 reviews

    Beautiful old home built by a pioneer businessman in Portland. The views are outstanding. On a really clear day you can see Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Adams, and if really lucky, Mt. Ranier.

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  • 15

    Mount Tabor Park

    4.5
    15 reviews

    Mount Tabor is the name of a volcanic cinder cone, the city park on the volcano, and the neighborhood of Southeast Portland that surrounds The name refers to Mount Tabor, Israel. It was named by Plympton Kelly, son of Oregon City pioneer resident Clinton Kelly. Before becoming part of Portland in 1905, Mount Tabor was a rural farming community dating ...

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  • 16

    Steel Bridge

    4
    16 reviews

    Located slightly to the north of the city this bridge is the one that the Max train goes over to head to the north east portion of the city.

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  • 17

    Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade

    4.5
    12 reviews

    kool kool :)

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  • 18

    Portland Art Museum

    4
    15 reviews

    A decent museum. The permanent collection here is nothing special, but they have interesting temporary exhibitions from time to time. They also host events.

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  • 19

    Powell's Books on Hawthorne

    4
    13 reviews

    Great place to pick up some great cook books or some fun stuff.

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  • 20

    Rose Garden Arena

    4.5
    11 reviews

    Portland's giant arena is beautiful, well-designed, and makes every effort to maximize audience experience no matter what seats you can afford. Parking is convenient and cheap (relative to many California arenas, that is), and though the food is expensive, at least it's good. This is one of my favorite indoor places on the West Coast to see a major act.

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