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Indian Art Northwest

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Southwest Park Avenue and Southwest Salmon Street, Portland, OR 97205
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Union Station17 min
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Bike Around Portland: Bridges, Doughnuts, Poetry and Roses
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Bike Around Portland: Bridges, Doughnuts, Poetry and Roses

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It's all about the bike ride! We like to spend more time riding in small groups, but always stopping to smell the roses. Start in the inner Eastside neighborhoods, where we will safely fit you for a bike and helmet, ready for a sweet 9-11 mile ride through a pretty residential neighborhood, to our favorite rose garden, into an art-heavy industrial district, across the sexy Tilikum Bridge, and onto&#xa0;Portland's waterfront. From there, it's a visit to Old Town, and tell the story of Voodoo, before we head back over another bridge back to our shop!<br><br>You'll visit a total of 5 of the city's quadrants, ride over two bridges, and along the Willamette River. We'll visit almost-secret beaches, read poetry written in sidewalks and rocks, see public art of every shape, color and texture. And have you tried some of the city's best doughnuts? Learn our favorites! All along the way, we'll tell the stories of the city we love.<br><br>Bikes, helmets and water provided. Please wear masks for bike sizing.
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CookieHonolulu wrote a review Sep 2013
Honolulu25 contributions14 helpful votes
This museum is part of the Portland Art Museum system and is seemingly unknown by the residents. We were lost a block from it but patrons of the main museum and nearby businesses couldn't give us directions to it. To get there just go to the PAM: it is inside, not in a separate location. The collection is of excellent quality It's strength lies in the Northwest, as per the name, but other tribes and pueblos are represented as well.
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