One of the city's oldest parks, Washington Park was established in 1891. As a result, it has several of Portland's most well-known tourist sites and is rich in history.
International Rose Test Garden
The oldest continually run public rose test garden in the United States was established in 1917 and is located in Portland's
Powell's City of Books
The biggest new and secondhand bookshop in the world, Powell's City of Volumes has almost a million books and takes up a full city block.
Portland Japanese Garden
The Portland Japanese Garden's full moon watching nights, which include live music, tea and sake service, and seasonal Japanese cuisine.
Portland Art Museum
The Portland Art Museum is renowned for its holdings of American, Pacific Northwest, Asian, African, and Native American art. It has a sizable collection of silver goods.
Lan Su Chinese Garden
Lan Su is much more than simply a lovely botanical garden; it is a 2,000-year-old Chinese tradition that perfectly combines art, architecture, design, and nature.
A central vacuum system, intercoms, and indirect lighting were just a few of Pittock Mansion's remarkable features. Situated on 46 acres at a 1,000-foot height above
Two-thirds of Oregon's wineries, vineyards, and more than 700 wineries are located in the Willamette Valley, the state's most important wine area.
The Oregon Zoo, which is housed in Washington Park, is home to hundreds of different species, many of which are birds and aquatic creatures including Steller sea lions.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
The OMSI has three auditoriums filled with a range of interactive, year-round exhibitions centered on the natural sciences, business, and technology.