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.
Created in 1892, primarily to promote visual arts, the Portland Art Museum is set up with several large and open
viewing rooms. Do not miss the Native American collection. Also check out the North Wing's Jubitz Center, which houses ...
Portland is called the "Rose City" for a reason: these public gardens, established in 1917 are set above the cityscape
of downtown Portland. They are the oldest official public rose gardens in the United States, and the only place ...
Tucked smack in the middle of Portland's downtown area, this 19th century church is a wonderful example of Venetian Gothic
architecture. Speakers, concerts and church services are all offered here, but the grounds and interior can be viewed weekdays. ...