Portlandia flows to the sea at this piece of Rip City's past. Take the tugboat tour and hear how old seafarers battled the ... More
Oregon Maritime Museum
Portlandia flows to the sea at this piece of Rip City's past. Take the tugboat tour and hear how old seafarers battled the river currents. Vessels include the Barge Russell, Columbia River Gillnetter and Steam Sternwheeler Portland. The library and its staff are educational and cheerful, while the gift store has books and other river ware.
Who would have guessed cities like New Orleans and St. Louis would be alive in Portland? Every Wednesday between April
and October, the Sculpture Court at the Portland Art Museum is filled with the sweet sounds of music. The ...
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 ...
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. ...