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International Rose Test Garden

Portland, OR 5.9 mi away
#5 of 439 things to do in Portland
Do what we saw a lovely trio of people do and bring a yummy picnic lunch, perhaps a bottle of wine, and take advantage of the various benches through the park, or the grassy area of the amphitheater.
There were hundreds of different roses, very beautiful, the grounds were well maintained and is probably a selfie haven :) They have guided tours every hour, and the staff was pretty helpful.
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Washington Park

Portland, OR 5.7 mi away
#1 of 439 things to do in Portland
Beautiful huge park downtown that has the Oregon Zoo , Holocaust Memorial , Vietnam Veterans memorial , International Rose Garden and more !! They have free shuttles that will take you around the park and they run...
Washington Park is shaping up to host thousands of Spring and Summer visitors, family and friends enjoying free concerts in the park or a Picnic surrounded by lush greens and roses that are famous all over the world.
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Peninsula Park and Rose Gardens

Portland, OR 8.7 mi away
#9 of 439 things to do in Portland
The Rose Test Garden downtown gets a lot of attention and is beautiful, but this one is so easy to access and has equally beautiful and well-maintained roses.
This park has lots of beautiful features and can be enjoyed year round, but June is when the roses are in bloom (and the Rose Festival events take place).

Multnomah Village

Portland, OR 3.7 mi away
#21 of 439 things to do in Portland
The best kept secret n PDX for a fun shopping and dining experience.
Kinda strenuous, but just take your time and enjoy the view all the way up to the bridge.

Hoyt Arboretum

Portland, OR 6.0 mi away
#6 of 439 things to do in Portland
... native plants, there are descriptions near the major varieties of trees etc so you can identify and know what you are looking at, I highly recommend a walk through here, even a picnic basket, some wine, etc.
The well-maintained and well-marked trails make it easy to follow or explore, and the visitor shop is always staffed with friendly, kind folks.
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#31 of 439 things to do in Portland
Actually visited quite a long time ago, but would love to go back, spent the whole day exploring and learning and the IMAX theater... oh my gosh, what an experience!! Great fun for all ages, highly recommend!!
Their permanent exhibits are interesting and there is lots for kids to do but the special exhibit called “Exquisite Creatures” is amazing!
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#7 of 439 things to do in Portland
... beautiful with the ice shining around the alter.For a small fee you can take the elevator up to the upper level.We highly recommend you do this,the views are amazing.The meditation chapel will take your breath...
It offers you a place of peace and quiet reflection --- you feel the peace, smell the sweet scent of forests, and hear the beautiful birdsongs as soon as you enter.

Oregon River Experiences

Beavercreek 4.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Beavercreek
With a strong June flow, there are several good stretches of exciting rapids, particularly Pinball (class IV) and Frogger I & II, and frequent medium sized waves to give the kids a thrill.
Our guide Berkly was great and we had a good mix of beautiful scenery, rapids, swimming (by choice) and cliff jumping.

Oregon Zoo

Portland, OR 5.6 mi away
#30 of 439 things to do in Portland
Fun things to see were the bears in the Great Northwest digging a den under a tree trunk, watching the birds fly inches above folks at the amphitheater outdoor bird show, seeing the tortoises munch down their lunc...
We love coming here, even with the drive from Vancouver, lots to see, love the elephant exhibit, went to a couple of summer concerts this summer also, great venue, lots of food trucks, always fun!
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Portland Japanese Garden

Portland, OR 6.0 mi away
#15 of 439 things to do in Portland
There is a flat garden and a strolling garden and three others.The garden is directly above the Rose Garden in Washignton Park and they do offer a free shuttle from there on the weekend.
You can take your time walking amongst the beautiful landscape, just watch your step and some paths are uneven and some of the stone steps can be a tripping issue.
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St. Johns Bridge

Portland, OR 9.9 mi away
#17 of 439 things to do in Portland
driving across it is amazing but if you drive down under it there is a park that you can have a picnic or fish or just relax under the stunning bridge.
Originally built as the test for the Golden Gate, the gothic spires soar majestically over the road and walkways.
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Portland Saturday Market

Portland, OR 5.5 mi away
#32 of 439 things to do in Portland
... on Sundays, March through December) at the Skidmore Fountain stop on both the Red and Blue MAX light rail lines is regarded as “the largest continuously operating open-air arts and crafts market in the country.”
I really enjoyed seeing all of the creative jewelry, handcrafted items, artwork, and creative home decor for sale at this market!
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Pittock Mansion

Portland, OR 6.6 mi away
#16 of 439 things to do in Portland
... and true style coupled with wealth can produce a lovely home, ahead of its time in all the gadgets and labour saving devices and truly a house that is made for a family to enjoy, albeit a very wealthy family.
... least expensive treat are the beautiful grounds and great view of Portland and the ability to take a picnic lunch, perhaps even with some wine, if you are discreet during the Summer and Fall months and the par...
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Oregon Convention Center

Portland, OR 5.8 mi away
#36 of 439 things to do in Portland
Nice coffee shop and bi level meeting rooms are expansive and comfortable.
Lots of large meeting rooms with great lighting and climate control.
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George Rogers Park

Lake Oswego 2.6 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Lake Oswego
A playground, generous field for throwing or kicking a ball, BBQ's with picnic tables, a small beach along the river to lay in the sun or play on, plenty of ducks to feed, and amazing views.
Besides the sports fields and playground there is a lovely picnic area and beach on the Willamette River.
#2 of 36 things to do in Oregon City
This is a very enjoyable museum, with lots of interactive areas.
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Broadway Rose Theater Company

Tigard, OR 6.8 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Tigard
My sister and I treated ourselves to a local production of the Broadway play Into The Woods.
Such talented actor's and actresses...

Eastside Distilling

Portland, OR 4.6 mi away
#55 of 439 things to do in Portland
Products: The array of tastings was impressive and fun to try.
Fun break from walking
#3 of 9 things to do in Lake Oswego
#3 of 9 things to do in West Linn
The venue has broadened to include a welcoming outside area wher Sunday afternoons see couples, families, seniors and many out of town visitors gathering.
Family and friends can bring picnic or their own hors d'oeuvres and sit outside or enjoy a bit of time with that special person.
#2 of 9 things to do in Happy Valley
This will help the beginner to advanced golfer!! Eagle Landing is a must and have fun!!!!!! GOLF ON!!!!!!!!!!!
WONDERFUL BEAUTIFUL FUN family adventure!

Rose Garden Children's Park

Portland, OR 5.9 mi away
#76 of 439 things to do in Portland
Portland is the Rose City so you have to come to Washington Park and see the Rose Garden.
Go to Washington Park and see the Rose Garden.

Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery

Portland, OR 4.9 mi away
#70 of 439 things to do in Portland
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Mary S. Young Park

West Linn 4.4 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in West Linn
There is fun for your doggies, wonderful trails to hike or bike to enjoy nature all year long for all ages, places to enjoy a snack or lunch, peaceful areas by the river to enjoy the wildlife.
I love this hiking area for all the levels of trails and the opportunity to have a picnic on the river as a reward at the end of the trail.

Gigantic Brewing

Portland, OR 2.7 mi away
#84 of 439 things to do in Portland
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Foothill Park

Lake Oswego 1.9 mi away
#6 of 9 things to do in Lake Oswego
In addition to marvelous walking paths, a large grassy space, a wonderful shelter, and proximity to the downtown area, it posts a beautiful new marine dock, where we spent a relaxing and quiet evening moored with...
Love the location on the Willamette River, paved pathways and dock; convenient to downtown area; well maintained.
#6 of 2,679 things to do in Oregon
Make it a day trip from Portland and visit the Columbia River George with its breathtaking beauty and the amazing Multenomah falls and dozens of other falls along the Historic Columbia Highway.
Had an awesome time hiking around different areas there.... the icing on the cake was the oneonta falls ...i love the access limited ways to get there...and to be rewarded with the beautiful falls....
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Lan Su Chinese Garden

Portland, OR 5.7 mi away
#13 of 439 things to do in Portland
Even though the bustling city is just outside the "gates", it's quite a peaceful place to enjoy slowing down and escaping the busyness of touring downtown.
It is very nice to walk around and tranquill to leave the busy city and slip into the gates of the garden and forget for a little while that you are in Portland Oregon.
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TriMet- Portland Streetcar

Portland, OR 5.9 mi away
#24 of 439 things to do in Portland
We rented a car to leave Portland and explore the Wine Country and Coast and the rental offices are very conveniently located to numerous MAX lines, making it easy to walk with luggage to return to the airport.
I'm sure locals might find things to criticise about Portland's public transportation system but as visitors from a place where we can only dream about having the options Portland does we thought they were great.
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