Henry Pittock, founder of Portland's Oregonian newspaper, built this spectacular mansion in 1914. The stately mansion boasts ... More
Henry Pittock, founder of Portland's Oregonian newspaper, built this spectacular mansion in 1914. The stately mansion boasts three floors and an incredible view of Portland from the west hills. The mansion has long been a museum, exhibiting a great deal of local history through displays and documentation. Guests can tour the mansion and even book space for private functions.
Almost 6,000 Oregonians fought during the Vietnam War and many lost their lives. This graceful black granite structure, inscribed with
the names of 800 dead and missing soldiers, serves as a somber reminder of their sacrifice. Through volunteer work ...
Built in the 1890s, this building has served as City Hall since Portland's beginning. The building was restored to its
original state from the dilapidated condition that threatened demolition and reopened in 1998. Among interesting finds from the project ...
With all that is going on in this city, you might want to check it out here first. Located in
Pioneer Courthouse Square , a friendly staff provides local business listings and events, as well as all the important ...