In Southwest Portland near the business and shopping hubs of Beaverton and Hillsboro is this sleepy little museum with maps, ... More
Washington County Museum
In Southwest Portland near the business and shopping hubs of Beaverton and Hillsboro is this sleepy little museum with maps, photographs, and other exhibits that tell of the pioneers who ventured to the West and began making their fortunes (mostly off the land) out here in Portland. Check out the 1898 bell that served the Rock Creek School and now sits in front of the museum. Tours, presentations, and traveling exhibits are all available. There is also a summer camp for kids and a Draft Horse Plowing Exhibition in May.
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 ...
This tour is all about the different faces of Oregon. It is not just rain up here and these tours
prove it. You can go to the Pacific coast, Columbia River Gorge and Cascade Mountains. Themes include Native American ...
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 ...