Portland, Oregon

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Southwest Portland
10 reviews
An adventure in and of itself, is an amazing park to visit and explore, and it offers some of the best views of Mount Hood. — Afar Magazine
9
Southwest Portland
8 reviews
Considered the finest example of a Japanese garden in North America, this exquisitely manicured green space should not be missed. — Frommer's
9
Old Town - Chinatown
9 reviews
It's the largest Suzhou-style garden outside China, with a large lake, bridged and covered walkways, koi- and water lily–filled ponds... waterfalls, and courtyards. — Fodor's
9
Northwest District
6 reviews
This popular riverside park, which lines the west bank of the Willamette River... replaced an old freeway with 1.5 miles of paved sidewalks and grassy spaces. — Lonely Planet
9
Southwest Portland
8 reviews
This zoo is home to nearly 3,000 animals—including 19 endangered species—divided into five exhibits, all on 64 landscaped acres — Condé Nast Traveler
9
Northwest District
9 reviews
One of the nation's largest urban wildernesses (5,000 acres), this city-owned, car-free park, has more than 50 species of birds and mammals and more than 70 miles of trails. — Fodor's
8
Downtown
8 reviews
A low brick building with travertine trim, the Portland Art Museum was the first building by architect Pietro Belluschi to achieve national recognition. — Michelin Guide
8
Southeast Portland
7 reviews
For obvious reasons, the Oregon Museum of Science & Industry is a kid’s dream: planetarium, check, robots, check, giant digital globe, check. — goop
8
Downtown
7 reviews
Spend any time in Pioneer Courthouse Square and you'll find that it's ground zero for the alternative lifestyle embraced by the city. — Travel + Leisure
8
Northwest District
9 reviews
The mansion and grounds around this Portland icon are impeccably kept and constantly visited — Afar Magazine
8
Southwest Portland
6 reviews
Unlike Forest Park, most of Washington Park has been landscaped to serve as a setting for its acclaimed gardens, zoo and nature-related attractions. — Michelin Guide
8
Pearl
6 reviews
A Portland icon since the 1970s, Powell's is massive: The flagship store on Burnside Avenue is the size of a city block, and is divided into different rooms — Condé Nast Traveler
8
Downtown
6 reviews
Impressive eight-story-high trompe l'oeil murals of Lewis and Clark and the Oregon Trail cover two sides of this downtown museum. — Fodor's
8
Old Town - Chinatown
6 reviews
It lived up to its hype! I spent a few hours Saturday morning wandering around the market and was floored at the talent of the vendors. — Afar Magazine
8
Southeast Portland
6 reviews
After roses, rhododendrons are Portland’s favorite flowering shrub. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
Resembling three large covered wagons, this spot 19 mi south of Portland is hard to miss. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
In 1916, Peter Kerr, a wealthy grain merchant, built this Scottish-style manor house on a cliffside — Michelin Guide
7
Southwest Portland
6 reviews
Built by a consortium of timber and related industries, the World Forestry Center Museum offers information and hands-on exhibits emphasizing the forests of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. — Where
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
7
Sellwood - Moreland Improvement League
5 reviews
Oaks Park is a throwback to the days when streetcar companies built amusement parks to stimulate ridership — Where
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