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  • 1

    Powell's City of Books

    109 reviews

    I've been lucky enough to visit some amazing bookstores around the world, but Powell's made my jaw drop. Four aisles just of cookbooks? A travel guides, language and literature section that takes up one-third of an entire floor? I only wished that I could have come on Saturday or Sunday, when the rare books room is open. Check the website ...

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  • 2

    Multnomah Falls

    71 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

    40 reviews

    Beautiful place to spend an afternoon. Come face to face with a lion.

    Popular withFamiliesLocalOutdoor
  • 4

    Portland Saturday Market

    39 reviews

    Wow, what fun! This market is very Portland! All kinds of vendors that specialize in everything from making hats to little machines that turn virtually anything into a speaker. Down by the river you can take in a nice view while you enjoy treats from the food carts!

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  • 5

    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

    33 reviews

    Enjoyed the Imax. Museum's aren't really my thing, but as they go, it was pretty interesting!

    Popular withFamiliesStudentsGreen
  • 6

    Japanese Garden

    28 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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  • 7

    International Rose Test Garden

    30 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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  • 8

    Pearl District

    32 reviews

    High end shops and great restaurants just a buss or tram ride away. Spend the day and have a wonderful dining experience.

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  • 9

    Pioneer Courthouse Square

    34 reviews

    Pioneer Courthouse Square is affectionately known as Portland's living room. The square is named after the Pioneer Courthouse, an 1875 federal building occupying the block directly east of the square. The square itself dates back to 1856, when the city purchased land which included the site as the location for Central School. On Morrison and Yamhill streets MAX Light Rail ...

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  • 10

    Portland Farmers' Market

    24 reviews

    5 stars for piles and piles of chantarelles and black trumpets piled higher than I have ever seen before or since. I just hope you have a frying pan. Oh and if you happen to run into the guy who has coffee flower honey...get it! It's unreal.

    Popular withFoodiesLocalGreen
  • 11

    Tom McCall Waterfront Park

    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

    19 reviews

    Washington Park has something to offer for everyone--The Japanese Gardens, The Rose Garden, The Zoo, playgrounds.

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  • 13

    Forest Park

    19 reviews

    A great big park right next to downtown Portland. Plenty of hiking trails to keep you busy. Very green, and has nice views over the river.

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  • 14

    Pittock Mansion

    20 reviews

    I didn't get to tour the interior of the mansion as I arrived past open hours, however, I enjoyed the view of Portland from the surrounding public park. The grassy areas seemed like a good picnic spot, too. Visiting the park should be on a "what to do for free in Portland" list. Free, ample parking, plus it was free ...

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesLocal
  • 15

    Mount Tabor Park

    15 reviews

    Large park great picnic area

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  • 16

    Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade

    14 reviews

    If you like pinball, beer, and revisiting your childhood, provided you grew up in the 80s, then Ground Kontrol is the place for you! This bar is jam-packed with old pinball machines, arcade games like Pac-Man, and retro driving games. The games run between twenty-five to fifty cents, the beers are cheap. There is little to no light besides the ...

    Popular withTrendstersStudentsNightlife
  • 17

    Steel Bridge

    16 reviews

    Love steel bridges, don't know how old this one is though

    Popular withLocalOutdoorAdventure
  • 18

    Portland Art Museum

    16 reviews

    I like the Portland Art Museum. When I lived in Vancouver, we would visit Portland quite a bit because of proximity and the art museum was one of the places to go. I enjoyed the layout and the collection which does include a rotating exhibition. Check it out for some culture while you're in the city.

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  • 19

    Lloyd Center Mall

    15 reviews

    Lots of shops, entertainment, and has a large ice skating rink

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  • 20

    Powell's Books on Hawthorne

    13 reviews

    I enjoyed browsing around throughout this interesting Powell's bookstore with a home and garden theme. My son ended up with some cute gold dragon object, while I traversed the maze-like layout of this relatively small space and took a peak through the direct connection into Pastaworks. I came out of the store with the impression that this place was a ...

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