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The parking lot is at the back of the home, as is the entry to tour the home. Make sure you don't miss the formal entrance, and the separate servant's quarters---we almost did! It is well worth the cost of the entry to allow this...More
From the down town grunge if Portland to find this place and wander through what life was back then is an amazing journey
The house is superb and thoroughly enjoyable cascade the gardens
A masterpiece of its time and still remains so today
We read that they opened at 10 so we arrived at 10. It was amazing visiting all the rooms and grounds before any crowds arrived. I was able to take tons of photos of rooms and many artifacts without anybody else in the background. The...More
Don’t miss seeing this beautiful home circa 1914. Elevators, central vacuum and every convenience. The furnishings are lovely with even authentic pieces from the Pittocks. A little winding drive to get there but don’t even think about missing this treasure.
This was my second visit to this beautiful mansion in Washington Park. Besides the fact that the building is a beauty one can also have views from the top of the park over Portland and with good weather one can see Mt Hood as we...More
We decide to visit one of the oldest residence home in Portland that had it's beautiful garden surround it. The mansion was builded by a very successful business men Henry Pittock in the early 20th century as a home for his family. It's located on...More
We arrived here on a bright sunny day and had enjoyed stepping back in time. The history of this house is so interesting. I would have liked to hear more about the family, the children and where their descendants are now. The Pittocks had 6...More
We were glad to have visited Pittock Mansion. The tour includes the mansion, the gate lodge, and the grounds. The mansion has an interesting past that brings Portland's history to light. The architecture and modern (for the time) technology was inspired and beautifully built. It...More
Unfortunately, there isn't one! We wanted to walk from downtown too, but everyone we asked (from the hotel concierge to tourist information) said take a cab. We took their advice and it was a wise decision. The road up to... More
Unfortunately, there isn't one! We wanted to walk from downtown too, but everyone we asked (from the hotel concierge to tourist information) said take a cab. We took their advice and it was a wise decision. The road up to the mansion is extremely narrow with no sidewalk, as well as very heavily traveled. Once you finish at the mansion, the employees in ticketing or the gift shop will call you a cab. Believe me, we were so glad we took their advice.