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Multnomah Village

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Southwest Capitol Highway, Portland, OR 97280
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Union Station93 min
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schoong324 wrote a review Nov 2020
Boring, Oregon175 contributions80 helpful votes
Multnomah Village and Multnomah Falls are 2 completely unrelated places that aren't near each other. Multnomah Falls is a beautiful scenic area in the Columbia Gorge on Hwy I-84. Multnomah Village is an area south of downtown Portland with shops and restaurants. They are no way related!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Katherinee309 wrote a review Oct 2020
Houston, Texas84 contributions42 helpful votes
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Please check out the falls when you are in Oregon. It’s literally only like 40 mins from Portland and you can visit several different waterfalls. Oregon is a beautiful state with lots of scenic views, waterfalls and mountains.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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john m wrote a review Sep 2020
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one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the USA. Breath taking. Parking can be a challenge and the now require a time ticket during the pandemic. Well worth the trip and time to visit. There is NO fee to visit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sue B wrote a review Feb 2020
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania23 contributions23 helpful votes
Portland gets a lot of rainfall, but even during dry seasons, the waterfall is glorious. Make time for lunch at the lovely restaurant.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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margaretcov wrote a review Jan 2020
Portland, Oregon316 contributions46 helpful votes
A charming village with unique shops and restaurants. A few empty spots but new ones coming soon. It is a delightful place to stroll with friendly people and lots of dogs (some of the stores actually invite in well-behaved ones). And, don't forget the side streets such as the food carts in the French Quarter with two more delicious places across the street - Marcos and Grand Central Bakery. And for those who like the chains, to the east on Capitol Highway you will find a Starbucks, Blue Donuts and Little Big Burger. The locals love the place, especially on first Friday when the stores are open later, serving treats and beverages plus 10% off purchases.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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