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Sightseeing i Portland

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”
30lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“Recommended by our friends as one of the things you must do if it's your first time in Portland!”
23lokala rekommendationer
“Historic, interesting events and independent movies. Serves wine/beer. Best popcorn EVER - using clarified butter.”
16lokala rekommendationer
“Great walk along the water of the Willamette River. Rent a bike and do the loop over the only transit and pedestrian bridge.”
17lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“It is a bit of history and offers a tour or two well as fine dining at the Grant House.”
8lokala rekommendationer
“Impressive concrete park with a large concrete fountain as the main feature. In 1999 when it was built, this park was awarded a medallion from the American Society of Landscape Architects. Great place to marvel at the fountain and relax.”
7lokala rekommendationer
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“go do it. Can’t recommend it enough. If you like it, you pay. If you don’t, it’s FREE. Check online but they usually leave from Pioneer Park downtown every day at 11am. Stroll for a coupel hours and learn fascinating history of Portland… and he knows where the best food trucks are.”
5lokala rekommendationer
“This is a sweet neighborhood park with play equipment for the pre-school through Kindergarten set. Just a couple of blocks from home.”
4lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“One of the oldest amusement parks in the US. Classic, Right on the Williamette.”
3lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“Where else in the Northwest can you stroll past 22 preserved Victorian homes on the National Historic Register? The tree-lined promenade known as Officers Rows is a favorite with runners, dog walkers, history enthusiasts, and family's for its picturesque beauty. Here are a few stops not to miss when you are visiting: The Ulysses S. Grant House is the oldest on Officers Row, built in 1850 as a log structure and later covered with plank siding. Although President Grant never lived in the Grant House, he served as quartermaster at Fort Vancouver from 1852 to 1853 and was the leading general in the Union Army. Stop in the Eatery at the Grant House for a glass of local wine on the veranda or a ”
1lokala rekommendationer
1lokala rekommendationer
Monument / sevärdhet
“Beautiful yet somber reminder of an event with wide local impact in the Portland community.”
1lokala rekommendationer
“The largest Vietnam memorial outside of Washington DC is less than 1 mile from my home. A beautiful spot for peaceful contemplation.”
1lokala rekommendationer