Things to do in Portland

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  • 1

    Powell's City of Books

    112 reviews

    The biggest bookstore I have ever seen. This has got to be the coolest bookstore that has everything you want, need, and more. Even just taking a look around this bookstore will get you satisfied. If you ever get a chance to come to Portland, be sure to check this place out. Cheers!

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  • 2

    Multnomah Falls

    73 reviews

    This waterfall is an amazing landmark just outside of Portland, Oregon. Only downside is that it is very crowded on weekends. 6 mile hike to the top, better bring water!!

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  • 3

    Oregon Zoo

    41 reviews

    I am not one of those people who give five stars unless I am "wowed" in some way. I must say though, this Zoo was pretty cool and I had an awesome time with my little family here. I love these guys ;)

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  • 4

    Portland Saturday Market

    39 reviews

    A longtime Portland institution, the Saturday Market (also ope on Sundays) is great place to pick up one-of-a-kind handcrafted items from local artists. Here you'll find everything from paintings of nature scenes to hand-stitched hoodies, as well as soaps, jewelry, and tie-dyed everything. Don't forget to sample the "elephant ears," fried flatbread dusted with cinnamon and sugar.

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  • 5

    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

    33 reviews

    OMSI is great fun. Although it's tailored to children, adults will have a good time too. A walk through the submarine moored at the dock is a must, and catching a show in the OMNImax (think IMAX, but with a curved screen) is spectacular.

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  • 6

    Japanese Garden

    30 reviews

    Any time of year this is a beautiful place to walk around. If you come at the right time you might see a bonsai tree competition or other display of awesomeness.

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  • 7

    International Rose Test Garden

    32 reviews

    The park is incredible... the roses are amazing and it's a perfect location to take a pictures all the day and is very romantic.

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  • 8

    Pioneer Courthouse Square

    36 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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  • 9

    Pearl District

    32 reviews

    The Pearl District is the swanky district of Portland. It used to be a seedy, but gentrification has brought it new restaurants, new stores, and a new bar scene. It's a little fancy for my taste, and everything is a bit more expensive. However, if you want to see less hippies and hipsters, and see more yuppies in Portland, then ...

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  • 10

    Portland Farmers' Market

    24 reviews

    The best Farmer's Market in town, it's the place to go for all your local, organic, free-range, yada-yada needs. There's usually live entertainment and foodcarts for those of us who can't wait to take all our fresh veggies home to cook, and the opportunity to browse (or photograph) stall upon stall of NW farmed treats is reason enough to visit, ...

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  • 11

    Tom McCall Waterfront Park

    27 reviews

    Nice waterfront park. Parking was pretty easy to find on the weekend. Too many geese and geese poop, though.

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  • 12

    Forest Park

    20 reviews

    Beautiful park with an endless number of trails. Whether you're looking for a relaxes stroll or a moderate hike, you can find a trail for you. We easily spent 5 hours here.

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  • 13

    Washington Park

    19 reviews

    Right next to Japanese garden

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  • 14

    Pittock Mansion

    20 reviews

    This historical Mansion in Portland is fun to take a walk through and see how inventive some of the things in the house were well before their time.

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  • 15

    Mount Tabor Park

    16 reviews

    Large park great picnic area

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  • 16

    Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade

    14 reviews

    I've been to a few "nerd themed" bars, which were essentially a bar, dancefloor and a couple game cabinets. Ground Kontrol was different, because it was an actual arcade that happened to have a bar. It was a smaller, nerdier version of Dave and Busters which, for me, was appreciated. They have lots of nostalgia-fuel like Tron, Dragon's Lair, and ...

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  • 17

    Steel Bridge

    16 reviews

    One of Portland's many great bridges! You can walk across most of them including this one. I would recommend going during the summer, when it's a nice day to walk across the bridge.

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  • 18

    Portland Art Museum

    15 reviews

    Always a great collection going on here regardless of the featured artist or theme. I loved having a membership in college and used it often. It's always hard to pay full price not, but worth it.

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  • 19

    Lan Su Chinese Garden

    11 reviews

    The Lan Su Chinese Garden is a walled garden in Portland that takes up an entire city block. The garden may be popular, but there are plenty of nooks to enjoy quiet, peaceful moments. Don't miss the Tao of Tea for a cup of tea and small bites.

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  • 20

    Lloyd Center Mall

    15 reviews

    Major shopping mall within walking distance of our home. Great shops and a full day's fun.

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