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  • 1

    Powell's City of Books

    5
    106 reviews

    The largest book store in the country--explore, read, sit in the cafe, people watch and enjoy this incredible City gem.

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  • 2

    Multnomah Falls

    4.5
    68 reviews

    Multnomah Falls is located on the Columbia River Gorge along the Columbia River Highway. The total height of the waterfall is 620 feet. It's grand and impressive and serves as a prerequisite stop on the highway.

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  • 3

    Oregon Zoo

    4.5
    40 reviews

    Beautiful zoo in a huge park setting surrounding the zoo, near the portland rose gardens

    Popular withFamiliesLocalOutdoor
  • 4

    Portland Saturday Market

    4
    37 reviews

    Get in the swing of Portland by exporing Portland Saturday (and Sunday by the way) market. Lots of local crafts, food and fun along the Waterfront.

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  • 5

    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

    4.5
    32 reviews

    OMSI is one of the best venues for indoor family fun in Portland. The children's section can be chaotic on weekends and there have been some thefts during peek hours. The rotating exhibits are hit or miss. The current dinosaur exhibit is incredible. The previous two were lackluster. When the cafe is open, it serves up incredible local fare (beer ...

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  • 6

    Pearl District

    4
    32 reviews

    Last five hours in Portland after a busy work weekend. Had to revisit Pearl district and I really love the area. Filled with caf├ęs, shops, brick and cobblestone. So much charm to stroll through and the Portland wet cold somehow makes it all the more charming.

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  • 7

    Pioneer Courthouse Square

    4
    34 reviews

    This has been called Portland's living room. It is a great spot in downtown to just sit and chill and people watch. There are a lot of events throughout the year that they have in this square and the Portland Visitor Center and Tri-met office is here as well.

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  • 8

    International Rose Test Garden

    4.5
    29 reviews

    This place has some similarities to the Berkeley Rose Garden. I'm only giving the International Rose Test Garden 4 Stars this time around, because nothing was really in bloom and there was no killer view of Mt. Hood in the Portland background. Past that, this is a beautiful place to walk and contemplate in any season, and well worth the ...

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetGreen
  • 9

    Japanese Garden

    4.5
    24 reviews

    The most beautiful garden you may ever see.

    Popular withOutdoorSpiritualLocal
  • 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.

    Popular withFoodiesLocalGreen
  • 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

    Another place that is a must visit while in Portland. Washington Park is huge and has many attractions such as the international rose test gardens and Japanese gardens. While exploring the park, I also saw a retired dam and a small park with some swings and seesaws that made me feel like a kid again. (Yes, I did ride them!) ...

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  • 13

    Forest Park

    4.5
    19 reviews

    Spanning over 5,000 acres, Forest Park is a great place in Portland to jog, hike, and bike. I heard weekends can get crowded, but I've been during the weekdays and there weren't that many people around. It's huge, scenic and highly recommended if you want to experience nature but haven't trekked out to the Columbia Gorge or other natural areas ...

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  • 14

    Pittock Mansion

    4
    18 reviews

    Going to his backyard is enough.

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesLocal
  • 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 :)

    Popular withStudentsTrendstersNightlife
  • 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.

    Popular withDesignHistoryLocal
  • 19

    Powell's Books on Hawthorne

    4
    13 reviews

    Best book store in the world. I even incorporated it into a scavenger hunt for visiting students; AWESOME!!

    Popular withLocalTrendstersFamilies
  • 20

    Rose Garden Arena

    4.5
    11 reviews

    Great to see games and concerts!

    Popular withFamiliesDesignLuxury
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