Visit the Gorges

Portland is known for having amazing landscape and two of the reasons for that are the Columbia River Gorge and the Oneonta Gorge. The Columbia River Gorge is probably the most popular with over 128 kilometres of canyons to see. Make sure to bring your hiking boots.


International Rose Test Garden

An absolutely gorgeous garden, for any plant lover this is the place to see. Make sure to check out the gift shop on your way out.
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Forest Park

The largest urban park in the U.S. is simply gorgeous. With so much to see, you might have to take a few trips to visit everything.
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Visit the Asian Gardens

The Portland Japanese Gardens and Lan Su Chinese Gardens are the closest that we have ever seen to the real thing. With stunning architecture, these gardens make you feel like you’re in Asia.
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Oregon Zoo

Home to over 1,700 species of animals, 270 species of birds, reptiles and mammals. This is the ideal place to take your family for the day.
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Portland Art Museum

Founded in 1892, this museum is one of the largest art museums in the US, with over 40,000 different exhibits. Whether you’re looking for American, Asian, or European art, there is something for everyone here.
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Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

With so many different exhibits, ranging from an old US submarine, to a planetarium, to an OMNIMAX theatre. Make sure to check out the Titanic exhibit if it’s in town.
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Pittock Mansion

The former mansion of millionaire Henry Pittock. The architecture of this mansion is absolutely stunning from a central vacuum system to the first ever household elevator in the state.
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Hoyt Arboretum

For any nature lover, this is a great place to stroll through. With over 30 different species of trees, the Hoyt Arboretum is a must see.
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St. Johns Bridge

One of the most beautiful bridges in the Western US. The gorgeous green finish looks stunning at sunset.