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  • 21

    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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  • 22

    Forest Park

    19 reviews

    Portland's answer to NYC's Central Park or SF's Golden Gate Park, this sprawling wilderness area is astonishingly wild and beautiful on its own, but especially considering it's within city limits. There are miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding, and plenty of places to stop and picnic or check out the view of the city.

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  • 23

    Pittock Mansion

    18 reviews

    Beautiful old home built by a pioneer businessman in Portland. The views are outstanding. On a really clear day you can see Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Adams, and if really lucky, Mt. Ranier.

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  • 24

    Steel Bridge

    16 reviews

    In Portland it's easy to take a bridge walk and I've taken 4 over my several trips to the Rose City. Here are my stories....(Cue the Law and Order Clang). The 1912-built Steel Bridge is a through truss, double lift bridge across the Willamette River. It carries railroad and pedestrian traffic on the lower deck, and road traffic and MAX ...

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  • 25

    Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade

    12 reviews

    Its like a hipster portland version of Dave & Buster's. Same concept: arcade games & alcohol! Cool flourescent lit tables and lights in the seating area.

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  • 26

    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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  • 27

    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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  • 28

    Lloyd Center Mall

    14 reviews

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

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  • 29

    Living Room Theaters

    10 reviews

    After Dinner at Little Bird, I headed over to the Living Room for a movie. During my previous visits to Portland, I had frequently walked past this place and wanted to try it out. So tonight, I settled into a comfy chair in Theater #1 and very much enjoyed a showing of the movie "Cedar Rapids". The "fish out of ...

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  • 30

    Lan Su Chinese Garden

    10 reviews

    The Lan Su Chinese Garden is a walled garden in Portland that takes up an entire city block. The garden may be popular, but there are plenty of nooks to enjoy quiet, peaceful moments. Don't miss the Tao of Tea for a cup of tea and small bites.

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  • 31


    12 reviews

    Ahhh! Finally found it! I've tried to get to it a couple of times but always got side tracked until finally one day I looked up and there it was! Of course the Portlandia Statue is one of Portland's great tourist attractions. It not really all that much to see but regardless for Portland it really is a must see!

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  • 32

    Horsetail Falls

    9 reviews

    First off, let me mention how absolutely terrified of heights I am. Now, let me say how exciting and amazing this hike was. I came here once on a 5th grade field trip and putting aside my paranoia, it was a wonderful experience and absolutely beautiful. The hike is steep and not very monitored, so you'll have to be careful, ...

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  • 33

    Nob Hill/ Westover/ Northwest 23rd District

    9 reviews

    The Northwest District is a great place to walk around and shop, eat out, get some food to go, or just peoplewatch. Main drags are walking up and down 23rd, and maybe the 21st. You can also catch the lightrail on 23rd (at Marshall, between Lovejoy and Northrup) and take public transportation to plenty of other great areas in Portland.

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  • 34

    Alberta Street

    9 reviews

    Cool street with lots of nice caf├ęs and cool shops!

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  • 35

    Crystal Ballroom

    9 reviews

    Top concert venue in Portland. Basically super trendy hipster place to be and go to to listen to music.

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  • 36

    Portland Aerial Tram

    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 ...

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  • 37

    Bailey's Taproom

    8 reviews

    If you are a serious student of beer in all its forms, come here - I'm guessing that they have ~50 on tap. The kitchen is also very good and well worth coming for a meal.

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  • 38

    Pioneer Courthouse

    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 ...

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  • 39

    JELD-WEN Field

    8 reviews

    Portland timbers!! A must see while your in Portland. Whether you like soccer or not the fans her ( timbers army) make the game do fun and unforgettable. If you coming with kids though get seats away from the timbers army. They tend to chant some bad words...

  • 40

    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

    8 reviews

    3.5 Stars. This concert hall is a great place to preform in and view classical concerts and plays, but I guess I just didn't like the atmosphere that much. Just felt kinda stuffy.

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