Portland, Oregon

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Lan Su Chinese Garden
9
Old Town - Chinatown
9 reviews
Kind of like China! (Except without the smog and communism...). — Not For Tourists
International Rose Test Garden
9
Southwest Portland
9 reviews
Despite the name, these grounds are not an experimental greenhouse laboratory, but rather three terraced gardens, set on 4 acres, where 10,000 bushes and 400 varieties of roses grow. — Fodor's
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
9
Southeast Portland
8 reviews
OMSI is a hands-on museum where visitors, especially children, are encouraged to touch things, try experiments and question why things happen. — Where
Portland Art Museum
9
Downtown
7 reviews
Now one of the 25 largest museums in the United States, the Portland Art Museum has a collection of more than 32,000 works of art from American Indian artifacts to Monet’s Waterlilies. — Where
Portland Japanese Garden
9
Southwest Portland
7 reviews
The centerpiece is the Strolling Pond Garden, with thousands of Japanese trees and plants. — Afar Magazine
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
8
Northwest District
5 reviews
Affords a fine ground-level view of downtown Portland's bridges and skyline. Once an expressway, it's now the site for many annual celebrations, among them the Rose Festival. — Fodor's
Forest Park
8
Northwest District
8 reviews
Much beloved by locals, this park is one of the largest natural areas in any city in the U.S. — Travel + Leisure
Pittock Mansion
8
Northwest District
8 reviews
The mansion and grounds around this Portland icon are impeccably kept and constantly visited. — Afar Magazine
Oregon Zoo
8
Southwest Portland
7 reviews
8
Pearl
6 reviews
One of the most popular attractions in Oregon is this retail pioneer. — Michelin Guide
Washington Park
8
Southwest Portland
5 reviews
This park has enough sights and attractions that it’s easy to spend a full day here. If time is short, though, focus on the International Rose Garden. — Travel + Leisure
Pioneer Courthouse Square
8
Downtown
6 reviews
In many ways the living room, public heart, and commercial soul of downtown, Pioneer Square is not entirely square, rather an amphitheater-like brick piazza. — Fodor's
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
8
Southeast Portland
6 reviews
In April, thousands of rhododendron bushes and azaleas burst into flower, attracting visitors in larger numbers. — Fodor's
Oregon Historical Society
8
Downtown
5 reviews
If you'd like to learn about the people who discovered Oregon before you, visit this well-designed museum. — Frommer's
Portland Saturday Market
8
Old Town - Chinatown
5 reviews
On weekends from March to Christmas, the west side of the Burnside Bridge and the Skidmore Fountain area has North America's largest open-air handicraft market. — Fodor's
End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
8
3 reviews
Resembling three large covered wagons, this spot 19 mi south of Portland is hard to miss. — Fodor's
Elk Rock Garden
8
2 reviews
Interspersed with the native flora are imported exotics such as weeping Atlas cedars, Japanese snowball trees, Dawn redwoods, witch hazels and numerous magnolias. — Michelin Guide
Ira Keller Fountain Park
7
Downtown
5 reviews
Inspired by the rivers and waterfalls of the Pacific Northwest (although those don’t smell like chlorine—yet), this giant, rugged-looking fountain occupies a full city block. — Frommer's
Oaks Amusement Park
7
Sellwood - Moreland Improvement League
5 reviews
In a world filled with head-spinning, gut-spewing, body-slamming amusement parks with astronomical prices, dear old Oaks Amusement Park may seem like a quaintly antiquated anomaly. — Frommer's
Mount Tabor Park
7
4 reviews
A playground on top of a volcano cinder cone? Yup, that's here. — Fodor's
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