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  • 1

    Portland Farmers' Market

    24 reviews

    Hands down the best farmer's market I've ever seen! All natural, high quality vendors most with samples! The market has very high standards and only accepts a few new stands out of approximately one thousand applicants each year. The most incredible variety of meats, cheeses and produce. Also, prepared foods, deserts, jams, sauces, soups and so much more. Great selection ...

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  • 2

    International Rose Test Garden

    30 reviews

    Absolutely beautiful! Even during the winter, the roses are just amazing. With so many varieties, even an avid rose connoisseur is sure to find something new to admire. It's beautiful and educational at the same time!

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  • 3

    Japanese Garden

    28 reviews

    Beautiful spot, and I believe it was the first major Japanese Garden in the West (or maybe the largest?). They host cultural programs throughout the year including children's day, which I found a lot of fun as a kid.

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  • 4

    prAna Portland

    3 reviews

    A high-end yoga clothing store that also holds FREE YOGA CLASSES in the morning and evenings!

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  • 5

    Teavana Tea Store

    2 reviews

    I love Teavana! I used to go far out of my way to visit the one near in Pennsylvania. In Portland they have one located right in the middle of the city! This place has anything and everything tea! They have all different types some you can buy in bulk and blends you can purchase to drink right at the ...

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  • 6

    New Seasons Market - Concordia

    4 reviews

    My Teenage Son and I had dinner at the Kennedy School one night, of which I watched him devour large quantities of food. That much nutrition would have put me to bed early. However, I knew that he would be hungry again later in the evening. The cool, nearby, and busy New Seasons Market was a must stop. I found ...

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  • 7

    Multnomah Falls

    71 reviews

    Beautiful day in the Columbia River Gorge. The re is an easy 0.2 mile hike to the little bridge, or a steep 1.0 mile hike to the top. Would like to try the lodge restaurant but today they just have an Easter buffet.

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  • 8

    Washington Park

    19 reviews

    Washington Park pretty much has it all. It includes a zoo, forestry museum, Arboretum, Children's Museum, Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, Holocaust and Vietnam Vets Memorials, interesting statues and lots of green space to frolic. I experienced a huge chunk of this Park during my last visit and I'm looking forward to my timely return.

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  • 9

    Burnside Bridge

    10 reviews

    It's not the bridge that interests me so much as what's under it - one of the country's first homemade concrete skateparks build by skateboarders for skateboarders. Tons of rain and the absence of an indoor place to session, motivated the skaters in Portland to do something about it. The city didn't like it at first and demolished the concrete ...

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  • 10

    Food Front Cooperative Grocery: Hillsdale Store

    3 reviews

    Health Food Store. Groceries and deli with natural meats, some prepared and ready to cook, others precooked. Organic produce.

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  • 11

    Bethany Family Pet Clinic

    2 reviews

    They always do an amazing job with taking care of my two dogs. I've never had a complaint with the way they do things. The only reason why I'm giving 4 stars is because they are a tad bit overpriced. They work in little fees here and there which really add up.

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  • 12

    Hawthorne Bridge

    9 reviews

    People from out of town get really freaked out about driving on this bridge, which connects downtown to SE Hawthorne Blvd, because the inner part of it has slick steel grating. Cyclists and pedestrians share the sidewalk.

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  • 13

    Lan Su Chinese Garden

    11 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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  • 14

    Powell's City of Books

    108 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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  • 15

    Portland Saturday Market

    39 reviews

    Saturday Market has long been a favorite tourist attraction and special stop for locals, and for good reason - there are dozens (if not hundreds) of stalls of arts, crafts, food items, clothes, jewelry, knick-knacks, and anything else you can imagine - much of it one-of-a-kind and also somehow very Portland - lining alley after alley under the cover of ...

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  • 16

    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

    33 reviews

    OMSI is an amazing place with tons of fun interactive exhibitions on science and engineering. Don't miss the earthquake simulator machine. Every month they have a special night for the 21-and-over set where they serve alcohol. They also have laser light shows, an IMAX theater, and a real submarine.

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  • 17

    Tom McCall Waterfront Park

    26 reviews

    Lining the banks of the Willamette River, the Tom McCall Waterfront Park (referred to almost exclusively as "Waterfront" stretches for miles along the easternmost edge of downtown Portland. It's a great place to cycle, jog, or picnic, and many of the city's best summer festivals are held here. Traveling carnivals set up shop at the park every May and June ...

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  • 18

    Broadway Bridge

    15 reviews

    This is the bridge the Max (lightrail) crosses on and is the most convenient for the Pearl District (on the west side) and the Rose Quarter (on the east side).

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  • 19

    Pioneer Courthouse Square

    34 reviews

    Dubbed by marketers ad Portland's Living Room, and called "the Square" by everyone else. This red-brick square is popular with people who work downtown and with street kids, and it's a great place to people watch. There are often events and free concerts here on weekends in the summer, especially around Rose Festival time (early June). There is also a ...

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  • 20


    12 reviews

    I believe it's the second largest hammered copper statue in the US after the Statue of Liberty. I like to joke that she's our patron goddess.

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