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  • 1

    Powell's City of Books

    1005 West Burnside, Portland, OR 97209
    106 reviews

    The best thing about Portland. This is the largest independent new/used bookstore on the planet and encompasses a whole city block! The selection of used books here is absolutely astounding, and you can often find things here that aren't even available on Amazon. There's also a coffee shop on site, and you're allowed to bring in books and flip through ...

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  • 2

    Lan Su Chinese Garden

    239 NW Everett Street, Portland, OR
    10 reviews

    Don't write this place off as too touristy. It's really relaxing and they often have tea tastings where they explain the history of the tea.

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  • 3

    Portland Art Museum

    1219 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR
    15 reviews

    A very good art museum with both classical and modern art, great featured exhibitions, cafe and gallery store.

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    Pearl District

    1022 Northwest Marshall Street, Portland, OR 97209-2988
    31 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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  • 5

    Japanese Garden

    611 Southwest Kingston Avenue, Portland, OR 97205-5886
    24 reviews

    The Japanese Garden is one of the very few tourist attractions in Portland. If you are visiting as a tourist it's worth checking out, it's also nice if you local and looking for something different to do.

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    International Rose Test Garden

    400 Southwest Kingston Avenue, Portland, OR 97205-5883
    27 reviews

    Everyone should visit the Rose Gardens. There are over 7,000 rose plants of approximately 550 varieties. The roses bloom from April through October with the peak coming in June, depending on the weather. It is the oldest continuously operating public rose test garden in the United States and exemplifies Portland's nickname of the City of Roses. During the summer we ...

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  • 7

    Alberta Street

    Northeast Alberta Street, Portland, OR 97211
    9 reviews

    The recently gentrified Alberta Street is one of the most popular places in town to shop, eat, and people-watch. It's at its liveliest on the last Thursday of every summer month, when the lively "Last Thursday" street fair is held. Local artisans looking to make a buck line both sides of the street with their arts and crafts, and buskers ...

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  • 8

    Portland Saturday Market

    108 West Burnside Street, Portland, OR
    35 reviews

    A local favorite- every Saturday- May- October. Awesome eats/veggies and other Portland musings.

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    410 Southwest Main Street, Portland, OR, United States
    12 reviews

    The Portlandia Statue is featured in the opening credits of IFC's hit show "Portlandia." Designed by sculptor, Raymond Kaskey and installed in 1985, the statue looms prominently above the entrance of the Portland Building. The statue measures at 34 feet and features a woman who extends her hand. The large size and design ensures Portlandia remains an iconic symbol of ...

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  • 10

    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

    1037 Southwest Broadway, Portland, OR 97205
    8 reviews

    Seen many beautiful performances and performed on stage myself. So awesome.

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  • 11

    Northwest District

    Northwest District, Portland, OR, USA
    6 reviews

    Formerly known as the snootiest, most upscale quarter of Portland proper (now somewhat outshined by new growth in the Pearl District), the Northwest is still a clean, beautiful, posh little pocket from which to explore Portland's funky art, world-class food, and unmatched devotion to coffee and beer. The main drags are 22nd and 23rd streets, where you'll find independent cafes ...

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  • 12

    Classical Chinese Garden

    Portland, Oregon, United States
    9 reviews

    In downtown's Old Town and Chinatown historic district, this petite garden is a wonderful surprise. You might think from the semi-steep price of admission and the down-and-out streets nearby that this garden is isn't worth making time for. Wrong. Landscape architects from China came over expressly to build this garden from the ground up. It's even diverting for kids, with ...

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  • 13

    Powell's Books on Hawthorne

    Powell's City of Books, 3747 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214
    13 reviews

    Classic, traditional style looking book store. When I first entered I really liked the feel of the place. I could see that it went back for quite a ways but I was shocked how big the store was and how comprehensive and diverse their collection. I was even more surprised to find out that there is an even bigger location ...

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  • 14

    3 Monkeys Inc

    811 Northwest 23rd Avenue
    2 reviews

    Funky little boutique that is always fun to browse through. They always have something that intrigues me.

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    St. Johns Bridge

    U.S. Highway 30, Portland, OR 97210
    6 reviews

    Best bridge in the city/area. Photogenic from all angles and cathedral park is a must visit.

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  • 16

    Washington Park

    2368 West Burnside Street, Portland, OR 97210-3537
    19 reviews

    One of the best places for quintessential views of downtown Portland with Mount Hood in the background, Washington Park is a great place for picnics and play. The sprawling park features a mix of grassy fields and old-growth forest, as well as tennis courts, playgrounds, an archery field, and plenty of trails. Washington Park is also home to the International ...

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  • 17

    Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial

    4000 Southwest Canyon Road, Portland, Oregon, United States
    4 reviews

    The Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial is located within the Hoyt Arboretum, with easy parking across the street near the Zoo. It was inspired by the Washington DC memorial and consists of several polished and curved granite obelisks along a lush spiral path. Each wall (with names you can touch) lists the names of all Oregon residents (by year) who ...

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  • 18

    Rose Garden Arena

    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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  • 19

    Cinema 21

    616 Northwest 21st Avenue, Portland, OR
    3 reviews

    I love going here and watching some great art films and sometimes some classics. Right close to some great restaurants as well in this area.

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  • 20

    Icebreaker TouchLab

    1109 West Burnside Street, Portland, OR
    1 review

    Wandering around Portland's Pearl District, It was awesome to stumble across an actual bricks-and-mortar retail outlet of my favorite New Zealand wool clothing brand. Sure, it's not cheap. But it's sustainable manufactured and with some care, one of these wool sweaters, jackets or pullover tops should last you 10 years.

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