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  • 1.

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    239 NW Everett St

    Resembling a community garden you would find in Suzhou, Portland's sister city, Lan Su Chinese Garden is a beautiful green space near the bank of the Willamette River. The garden is complete with ...

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    1020 SW Naito Pky

    Officially named Tom McCall Waterfront Park, but known to Oregonians as just Waterfront Park, this is often the center of activity in Portland. Festivals, parades ...

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    2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd

    Keiko the killer whale is gone, but there is still a lot to see here. Aquariums house all kinds of aquatic life, from sharks to sea lions, and there are ...

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    2368 W Burnside St

    This open green space may be the best evidence that Portland has more park space for its residents than any other U.S. city. The park has a number of notable attractions ...

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    4175 Highway 101 N

    Located approximately 70 miles from Portland in the town of Tillamook, this famous cheese factory invites visitors to embark on a fun and educational self-guided tour. Two interactive ...

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    715 SW Morrison St

    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 ...

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    1945 SE Water Ave

    This museum offers halls dedicated to earth science, life science, computers, chemistry, traveling exhibits and hands-on exhibits, a ...

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    1375 Pearl St

    Indulge yourself with a trip to this body-oriented day spa. They offer massages, body treatments, facials, pedicures, and manicures.

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    NW 29th Ave

    This is just one of the 50 miles of trails in Forest Park . Home to wildflowers and 100 species of birds, it begins at the end of Northwest ...

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    Southwest 3rd Avenue & Clay Street

    Flowing brooks and waterfalls make this fountain a downtown nature excursion. Designed by Michael Lawrence Halprin, the fountain was named for the man who ...