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  • 1

    Multnomah Falls

    73 reviews

    it's amazing... exist a store and restaurant to enjoy time with friends and buy a souvenir! I enjoyed my vanilla ice cream too :)

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureFamilies
  • 2

    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

    33 reviews

    Simply one of the best children's museums anywhere. School age kids love it, and there's stuff to keep mom and dad entertained too. Worth the trip.

    Popular withFamiliesStudentsGreen
  • 3

    Portland Art Museum

    15 reviews

    1937 Talbot Lago T150-CSS "Teardrop Coupe", one of the Classic cars displayed @ The Allure of Automobile exhibit - Summer 2011

    Popular withDesignHistoryLocal
  • 4

    Lan Su Chinese Garden

    11 reviews

    If you need brownie points with your girlfriend, bring her here. The tranquility of the garden will help her forget that time you cancelled dinner on her to bro out with your buddies at a Trailblazers game. And it will help her forgive you for forgetting her birthday...twice. Seriously, though. It may sound cheesy but this place is a great ...

    Popular withDesignHistoryOutdoor
  • 5

    Powell's Books on Hawthorne

    13 reviews

    A much smaller version of the flagship store, but it has the same vibe and great books. They have a good selection of games too, which the kids liked.

    Popular withLocalTrendstersFamilies
  • 6

    Alberta Street

    10 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 ...

    Popular withBudgetLocalTrendsters
  • 7

    Portlandia

    12 reviews

    It really is a spectacle to see in person. The best thing about it is that even thought it is so large, it's very difficult to find. It's quite hidden, so make sure you note where it is exactly.

    Popular withDesignLocalHistory
  • 8

    Portland Aerial Tram

    12 reviews

    Amazing view of the city and mountains!

    Popular withAdventureFamiliesStudents
  • 9

    Northwest District

    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 ...

    Popular withFoodiesNightlifeLocal
  • 10

    World Forestry Center

    4 reviews

    A fun and educational experience. Across the parking lot from the zoo. Catch them both in one afternoon.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 11

    Roseland Theater

    3 reviews

    Listening to the Imagine Dragons Soundcheck and it's a good sounding room. Love the balcony seating above and the big open floor below. Lots of underground green room space but I feel claustrophobic down there. AWOLNATION!!!!! #awol2012

    Popular withLocalNightlifeTrendsters
  • 12

    Portland Children's Museum

    3 reviews

    Expensive but excellent spot for your child to run around for hours on end. As a parent, it can be overwhelming with the mixed aged children, but it's an excellent opportunity for kids to learn and share their experiences. The new outdoor trail is a must see and is toddler friendly.

    Popular withFamilies
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    Gabriel Park

    2 reviews

    This is my Son's neighborhood park and at 90+ acres, it's relatively huge. It has plenty of space to walk around in it's nicely wooded expanse, and has the other stuff that folks like including a baseball field, basketball court, tennis, picnic areas, and an off-leash area for Fido.

    Popular withFamiliesBudgetGreen
  • 15

    Guardino Gallery

    2 reviews

    This Complex actually hosts four other businesses, besides the Guardino Gallery: - HiiH Gallery (Handmade Paper Lamps) - Redbird Studio (Specialty Stationary) - DarSalam (Middle Eastern Food) - Shrunken Head Massage In Portland, that would be called a destination location and brings to mind all sorts of "Date Night Under 1 Roof" ideas in addition to the "Last Thursday" Art ...

  • 16

    HiiH Gallery

    2 reviews

    HiiH -- pronounced "Hi Hi" -- brings together the function of light, the craft of paper, and the art of sculpture. They are handcrafted in Astoria, shown here on Alberta, and apparently prominently featured in various residential, commercial, and gallery settings throughout the country. Even though a lot of this functional art is maybe a bit beyond my budget (or ...

  • 17

    Pacific Crest Trail

    1 review

    The trail spans 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada and through California, Oregon and Washington. International visitors particularly enjoy the PCT’s unique blend of Western ruggedness and beauty. The active Pacific Crest Trail Association is dedicated to keeping this path wild and accessible for future generations.

    Popular withWellnessBackpackersBudget
  • 18

    Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center

    1 review

    When I go through places like this, I get tear up and I get mad. And it's a good thing to never forget. The Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center is dedicated to the preservation and sharing of the history and culture of the Japanese American Community in the greater Portland Area. I stopped by yesterday to see the exhibits about life ...

    Popular withHistory
  • 19

    Lincoln Street Kayak and Canoe Museum

    1 review

    Harvey Golden has created an amazing collection of native kayak and canoe replicas.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalDesign
  • 20

    The North Face

    1 review

    This Pearl District North Face is handsome, welcoming and nicely stocked. I like how their stuff looks and feels, and enjoy coming back rechecking the merchandise. However, because good outdoor gear isn't cheap, I usually buy on sale, or do a little comparison and later go the North Face Outlet or check out REI.

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