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Best things to do in Portland

“The world's largest book store is as amazing as you might expect. Make sure you check out the revolving art gallery on the top flour. My favorite aisles of this monster store are food, travel, and art.”
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Science Museum
“Top notch science museum right on the river. Check their website for rotating exhibits. ”
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“Visit one of Portland's most historic homes and take in the breathtaking view of Portland's skyline and Mount Hood! "Built in 1914, Pittock Mansion tells the story of Portland's transformation from pioneer town to modern, industrialized city...Saved from demolition by dedicated citizens in 1964, the Mansion and surrounding estate was purchased by the City of Portland and opened to the public as a historic house museum." pittockmansion.org If hiking is on your agenda, no need to drive anywhere else. Start you hike at Pittock Mansion and enjoy the many trails of Forest Park. ”
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“Definitely worthy of a visit to Portland premier art museum. A beautiful, serene space that will inspire.”
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“I have completed many paintings here. They have the best Masala Chai in town! And you can purchase very rare teas here. It can be very busy here but there is always a comfy couch available or the outside garden area. ”
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“Frequently referred to as, ‘my favorite shop in Portland,’ Paxton Gate is boutique specializing in taxidermy, fossils, framed insects, science kits, jewelry & plants. It is a collection of the rare and fascinating. It is in the building and highly recommended for a visit. Kill time or find your next cantaloupe-turned-desk lamp.”
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“Best place to see local art. They always have rotating shows. They have an amazing downstairs bar and stage with tons of live music for cheap. Pool tables and pin ball upstairs”
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History Museum
“Rotating exhibits give insight into state history, art & more in building with 8-story-high murals.”
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Science Museum
“This is where you want to take your young children (age 0-12). It’s a general museum with collections of art, history, car stuff, etc.,tailored to children of course. They have some really hands on exhibits too, like building a bridge, construction stuff, and a clay studio. The Children Museum is located in Washington Park, along with a ton of other Portland attractions to do as well when you get out here. ”
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History Museum
“Vital to every historic place like Portland, local historical museums are an underrated source of knowledge and fascinating enjoyment. OHSM is an example of how to put together a museum that not only teaches, but entertains.”
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Historisk plats
“the site of the end of the Lewis & Clark trail - great place for history lovers and a fun trip on a sunny day”
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“Disjecta provides a catalytic platform for forward-thinking work by visual and performing artists. Dynamic programs showcase new ideas and engage new audiences while fueling collaborations between artists, curators, and viewers to impact and intervene in the larger contemporary arts dialogue. Disjecta exacts equal rigor from local and national artists, while recognizing and supporting the talent of the region.”
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“The Guardino's have been on Alberta Street since artists made the neighborhood hip. Their space hosts four galleries and myriad artists and each room is worth a stop. My favorite is Vitrified studios where local ceramicists work while you shop.”
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“This Science museum is packed with fun for the kids. Many hands on activities and games for the whole family to explore.”
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