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  • 41

    Westmoreland Park

    3.5
    2 reviews
    Popular withOutdoor
  • 42

    Wildwood Trail

    5
    6 reviews

    Great hiking trail that runs through most of the Portland parks. Hike parts or hike it all.

    Popular withBackpackersOutdoor
  • 43

    Wallace Park

    4
    2 reviews
    Popular withOutdoor
  • 44

    Boedecker Cellars

    5
    2 reviews

    If you're looking for some excellent wine without having to drive to the Willamette Valey, just swing on over to NW 30th Avenue in downtown Portland. Husband and wife winemakers Stewart and Athena hand craft local, sustainable and critically acclaimed wines grown in the Willamette Valley. While their Old Vine Pinot Gris is excellent as well, we come here primarily ...

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 45

    Jamison Square Park

    4.5
    2 reviews

    Lovely inner city park located in the Pearl District. Lovely water features enjoyed by adults and children.

    Popular withFamilies
  • 46

    Grant Park Pool

    4.5
    2 reviews

    There was nothing like sneaking in at night and drinking only to be chased out by the police. How stupid were we as teenagers; we new that we would be caught eventually. When they would re-fasten the fence with heavy wire, he would just bring copper-head wire clippers from home and cut the crap out of them and sneak in ...

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 47

    Burnside Skatepark

    4
    2 reviews

    Pretty famous local skate park. You'll see this place in many video games etc. Quite lively at all times of the day as a lot of people go here all of the time.

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 48

    Portland Art Museum

    4
    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.

    Popular withDesignHistoryLocal
  • 49

    Fremont Bridge

    3.5
    4 reviews

    A steel tied-arch bridge crossing over the Willamette River. It was built in 1973 and is said to currently be the second longest tied-arch bridge in the world (after the Caiyuanba Bridge along the Yangtze River.) This bridge seems to carry a lot of traffic in and out of downtown Portland.

    Popular withLocalOutdoorHistory
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  • 50

    Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade

    4.5
    12 reviews

    If you ever crave a good game of PacMan at 3AM, Ground Kontrol ahs you covered. This two-story quarter arcade is filled with flashy, loud video games and pinball machines. They also serve beer and have quiz nights aimed at gamers. There's very little room to sit, though, so come prepared to play, not to socialize.

    Popular withStudentsTrendstersNightlife
  • 51

    Powell's Books on Hawthorne

    4
    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 ...

    Popular withLocalTrendstersFamilies
  • 52

    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.

    Popular withFamiliesDesignLuxury
  • 53

    Lloyd Center Mall

    4
    14 reviews

    It's a bit of a long drive, but I love the lively atmosphere here. There are plenty of stores, many food options, a movie theater, and of course, a ground level ice rink. I can't skate to save my life, but it's fun to watch nevertheless!

    Popular withFamilies
  • 54

    Living Room Theaters

    4.5
    10 reviews

    What a cool concept! As the name suggests this place is a theater but with the comforts of home plus more! I stopped in to try some food in their absolutely lovely restaurant attached to the theater. I ask the extremely nice and helpful wait staff about the theaters. They explained that in the theater they have tables and comfortable ...

    Popular withTrendstersLocalFoodies
  • 55

    Nob Hill/ Westover/ Northwest 23rd District

    4.5
    9 reviews

    One of the nicer sections of the city with high end shops, boutiques and restaurants.

    Popular withTrendstersFoodiesNightlife
  • 56

    Alberta Street

    4.5
    9 reviews

    Check this place out on the last Thursday of the month all through out the summer! They have an evening street fair that goes on for block after block of fun and creativity with incredible variety! There are crafts and clothes, psychics and crystals, teas and juices. Walking down the street you can eat your way around the world everything ...

    Popular withBudgetLocalTrendsters
  • 57

    Crystal Ballroom

    4.5
    9 reviews

    The floors of this old ballroom are super bouncy! They have a sectioned-off beer garden area for over 21s and a general area for everyone else. The building also houses a bar and a restaurant. It's run by the McMenamin's family group of bars/restaurants and their beloved brews are sold here. The Crystal Ballroom gets all kinds of bands, from ...

    Popular withNightlifeLocalAdventure
  • 58

    Portland Aerial Tram

    4
    10 reviews

    I took the OHSU Tram up Marquam Hill for the first time recently. It was a nice clear day and it was neat to see Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens and a small piece of Mt. Rainier. Closer to home, I enjoyed the view of greater Portland and the neat ship building facility next to the Tram. I really enjoyed ...

    Popular withAdventureFamiliesBudget
  • 59

    Bailey's Taproom

    4.5
    8 reviews

    Impressive little, rather high-tech pub! They have an amazing selection of beers on tap with all of the information about each brew on a on an electronic board over the taps including alcohol content and how much of that beer is remaining.

    Popular withTrendstersBudgetFoodies
  • 60

    Pioneer Courthouse

    4
    10 reviews

    The Pioneer Courthouse was built in 1869 and is the oldest federal building in the Pacific Northwest, and the second oldest west of the Mississippi River. It is also known as the Pioneer Post Office until that part of the building closed in 2005. The courthouse is one of four primary locations where the United States Court of Appeals for ...

    Popular withHistoryLocal
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