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Best of Portland City Morning Tour
"Travel through the various parts of the city from downtown Portland to the Pearl District to Nob Hill and several neighborhoods. Visit all the must-see attractions including the sites of Pioneer Square and learn about the great diversity found in Portland’s downtown area the historical importance it has played in the state’s history and the fast-growing culture that exists in the City of Portland.On this tour learn about many prominent and notable citizens of Oregon. Experience sights of Portland Food Carts were you can satisfy your appetite at Portland Food Carts all over town. Next tour through the Pittock Mansion a meticulously preserved architectural landmark that symbolizes Portland’s transformation from a small lumber town into a bustling city. As we travel let the fragrance of our International Rose Gardens embrace you with over 550 different varieties of Roses
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Best of Portland City Morning Tour
"Travel through the various parts of the city from downtown Portland to the Pearl District to Nob Hill and several neighborhoods. Visit all the must-see attractions including the sites of Pioneer Square and learn about the great diversity found in Portland’s downtown area the historical importance it has played in the state’s history and the fast-growing culture that exists in the City of Portland.On this tour learn about many prominent and notable citizens of Oregon. Experience sights of Portland Food Carts were you can satisfy your appetite at Portland Food Carts all over town. Next tour through the Pittock Mansion a meticulously preserved architectural landmark that symbolizes Portland’s transformation from a small lumber town into a bustling city. As we travel let the fragrance of our International Rose Gardens embrace you with over 550 different varieties of Roses
From $60.00
 
Best of Portland City Morning Tour
"Travel through the various parts of the city from downtown Portland to the Pearl District to Nob Hill and several neighborhoods. Visit all the must-see attractions including the sites of Pioneer Square and learn about the great diversity found in Portland’s downtown area the historical importance it has played in the state’s history and the fast-growing culture that exists in the City of Portland.On this tour learn about many prominent and notable citizens of Oregon. Experience sights of Portland Food Carts were you can satisfy your appetite at Portland Food Carts all over town. Next tour through the Pittock Mansion a meticulously preserved architectural landmark that symbolizes Portland’s transformation from a small lumber town into a bustling city. As we travel let the fragrance of our International Rose Gardens embrace you with over 550 different varieties of Roses
From $60.00

Washington Park Tips (29)

Wildwood Trail: Washington Park to Lower McLeay Pk

The Wildwood Trail used to be a famous Portland feature that has now become somewhat overshadowed now by a number of other things. It still provides an interesting look at Portland's preserved West...
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glabah
Aug 09, 2016

Rose Test Garden

This garden is known as the largest in a nation and features over 6800 rose bushes and 557 varieties. There is a garden of nominated varieties inside the garden. Some of them are really beautiful -...
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aquatic
Apr 04, 2011

International Rose Test Garden

Portland is known as the City of Roses for a reason. There are several rose gardens and There are several different Rose Gardens in Portland, but Washington Park is, I believe, the largest. There are...
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goingsolo
Apr 04, 2011

Rose Gardens

Just like you can't go to Jake's Famous Crawfish restaurant and not eat crawfish, you can't go to the City of Roses and not go see the roses.If you are interested in roses, go see my City of Roses...
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mcpangie
Apr 04, 2011

International Rose Test Garden

The largest rose garden in the US, and I think the world, and best of all free admission. Just park, bring a picnic lunch and relax in the beauty.Full bloom is June-August (July being best), and an...
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Shaft28
Apr 04, 2011

Rose Garden (Washington Park, Not the Arena)

There is a new arena in town, and it may be called "The Rose Garden" (which has few, if any roses anywhere near it), but the much older and at one time much more famous rose garden located in...
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glabah
Jun 30, 2010

International Rose Test Garden

The International Rose Test Garden is one of Portland's top attraction as befits a city surrounded by so much natural scenic beauty and referred to as the city of roses. It has a long lineage going...
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richiecdisc
Oct 26, 2009

Washington Park, A Place to Relax

Portland is known as having many parks and pocket parks since it has the largest number of parks in a city in the mainland. Washington Park is the largest and most famous of the parks. The park has a...
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machomikemd
Oct 01, 2008

Hoyt Arboretum: Plants from All Over the World

A large section of Washington Park is maintained as the Hoyt Arboretum, and has a collection of plants from all over the world. There are a number of hiking and walking trails, and the Wildwood Trail...
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glabah
Nov 02, 2007

Oregon Vietnam Veterans Memorial

The memorial is built near the start of the popular Wildwood Trail, but it is intended for respectful rememberance and visitation, not general recreation like the rest of the park (though many...
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glabah
Nov 01, 2007

Portland Japanese Garden

In this garden I wished I could have rented it for myself only.... Even a small group of tourists and some lonely visitors on a rainy summer day would spoil the tranquility of it. This garden is joy...
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aquatic
Oct 23, 2007

Waterfront Park

Completed in 1978, this 36 acre park is officially called Governor Tom McCall Park. It consists of an esplanade walkway which is part of the riverfront corridor, the "bowl" that forms a natural...
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Ewingjr98
Aug 21, 2007
 
 
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Things to Do Near Washington Park

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Japanese Garden

A trip to the Washington Park area necessitates a visit to Portland's Japanese Gardens. We took advantage of a beautiful day to visit and enjoyed it very much. There is a fee to get in, $9.50 for...
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Pittock Mansion

Completed in 1914, Pittock Mansion was built for Henry Pittock and his wife Georgiana. Pittock, who had arrived in Oregon in 1853 without a cent to his name, worked his way up in the newspaper...
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Powell's City of Books

While Super Stores are not a big favorite of mine and you might guess would not be popular in an alternative kind of town like Portland, Powell's City of Books is a mega store with a grass roots...
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Art Museum

The Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892, which makes it the oldest art museum on the West Coast. Although its collection was rather small at first, the museum soon gained popularity thanks to the...
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Pioneer Courthouse Square

This is probably considered the center point of Downtown Portland. There is an information center located here along with public restrooms. A large open space with lots of people hanging out, having...
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World Forestry Center and Museum

As part of the conference activities, we dined at the World Forestry Center. We had access to the museum and hiking paths. Also, learned about the importance of forests and trees in our lives, as well...
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