Built in the 1860s, this courthouse was the first on the West Coast and was Portland's first restoration project. It is still ... More
Built in the 1860s, this courthouse was the first on the West Coast and was Portland's first restoration project. It is still a federal building for the United States Court of Appeals and the U.S. Post Office. A stairway leads up to the cupola, with a great view of downtown and Pioneer Courthouse Square.
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 ...
Before Pioneer Place , there was this plaza. The original center of downtown Portland, the plaza was alive with business
and entertainment and had a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. It got a facelift in the ...
This city square is the place to find all kinds of people, free concerts and other shows, festivals, protests, fund
raisers, and more. Portland's first school was located here. Quite possibly one of the busiest blocks in town, it ...