Metro Portland Attractions


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Baker Cabin
A 1.5 acre park and historic site that features a pioneer-built church and one of the oldest log cabins in Oregon. With space to walk, panels to read and learn, and nearby Carver to explore, it’s a great afternoon trip for those interested in early Oregon history.

Canby Vietnam Memorial
A triangle park near the south entrance of Canby that features a memorial to the Vietnam War. It has a full-sized Huey helicopter on a pedestal and a bronze statute featuring two Oregon soldiers.

Molalla Logging Road
Called the “Logging Road Trail” by locals, it really is the remnants of the Molalla Forest Road, which was a route use by log trucks to bring timber to the Willamette River.
Arneson Garden is filled with old-growth trees and has a trail that circles the garden, taking you on a nature walk minutes from a small city.
Magness Memeorial Tree Farm is an 80-acre marvel of quintessential Oregon outdoors. It has 2.5 miles of hiking trails and is a safe place to explore the Oregon outdoor, without fear of getting lost in some wilderness.
Sky High Sports in Tigard is a unique trampoline fun center. This facility has been designed and created for one purpose: To have FUN!
Graham Oaks Nature Park
Three miles of trails traverse Graham Oaks, allowing visitors to explore several habitats in a single park.
Oaks ParkOaks Park in Portland
Thrill seekers, mini-golfers, go-carters and people watchers all have something to do at Oaks Park, Portland’s own version of a boardwalk.
The Portland Museum of Contemporary Craft The Portland Museum of Contemporary Craft is a must see for any art lover looking to spend a few hours seeing some of the best current craftwork in the Northwest or internationally.
Rice Museum of Rocks and MineralsA visit to the Rice NW Museum of Rocks & Minerals was a fun adventure, where I spent more time that I planned for because it was so interesting. Where else can you actually touch a meteor?
Wind Horse CoffeeWind Horse Coffee in Milwaukie
Creating something unique is what Ray Peck, and his wife, Diane Weisenberg, wanted when they opened Wind Horse Coffee and Tea in Milwaukie.
Bobs Red Mill Portland OregonBob’s Red Mill is the nation’s leader in stone milling and offers the widest diversity of whole grains found anywhere.
Portland Art MuseumPortland Art Museum - From exhibits featuring Egypt to a sculpture from Pablo Picasso, from modern to Pacific Rim, there is something that will catch your eye and imagination.
OMSI

OMSI-With an IMAX theater, a laser light planetarium, a motion simulator, a real US submarine, and rooms filled with science activities, the whole family will enjoy OMSI.

Saturday Morning Market

Saturday Morning Market - The Portland Saturday Market is the largest and longest running market of its kind in the country and when you go you'll see why it's still a major Portland attraction.

Portland Children's Museum

Portland Children's Museum
The Children's Museum is dedicated to inspiring imagination, creativity, and the wonder of learning in children and adults by inviting moments of shared discovery.

Oregon Zoo

Oregon Zoo - From jungle cats to exotic birds, the Oregon Zoo is a great way to spend an afternoon traveling the globe. Memories like these are things that you create when visiting the Oregon Zoo.

Portland's Square-Shaped HeartPortland's Square-Shaped Heart - Portland offers many places to be entertained, educated and involved. Pioneer Courthouse Square has been doing it all for 150 years.
Portland Central LibraryPortland Central Library - While not the typical description for a book shrine, Multnomah County's Central Library is just that kind of place.
Little Mexico in WoodburnLittle Mexico in Woodburn - Woodburn, an unassuming town in the heart of Marion County, offers the charms of south of the border without venturing far from the metropolitan area.
Jameson SquareJamison Square - Located in the artistic Pearl District, Jamison Square is an interactive fountain offering wonderful water fun that is safe for kids of all ages.
Fountains of Downtown PortlandFountains of Downtown Portland - Portland maintains 17 decorative and over 120 drinking fountains throughout the city with a history that spans over 120 years.

The Oregon Rail Heritage Center is dedicated to the promotion of the historic steam locomotives that were used around the Pacific Northwest. It’s a great place to see up close some of the trains that moved freight and people around the state, and learn how they work and are maintained.

The Portland Aerial Tram travel 3,300 linear feet between the South Waterfront terminal next to OHSU’s Center for Health and Healing and the upper terminal at Kohler Pavilion.
Voodoo Doughnuts
Tthis is the edgy place to get the favorite breakfast food. With different doughnuts offered, it’s the go-to place for people who want to have the Oregon experience.
Museum of Oregon Territory
Overlooking majestic Willamette Falls, the museum gives visitors glimpses into life in the Oregon Territory, from prehistoric times through the American settlement in the 19th and 20th centuries. 
Smith Berry Barn Farm and Garden Market is the quintessential agri-tourism stop for those visiting Oregon.
Jump For Joy Farm in Oregon City offers a full range of equestrian services, including riding lessons and boarding, as well as workshops and camps for all ages.
Big Als in Beaverton
Think of Big Als as a fun center that caters to spending time with your kids, instead of just chasing them around.
Dream Ridge Stables
Clackamas County is the epicenter of the horse culture in the United States, and a visit to Dream Ridge Stables will show you why so many people love horses.
Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Born of a community's dream, and made possible by their support, a wildlife refuge now thrives in the backyard of a growing metropolis.
North Clackamas Water ParkNorth Clackamas Water Park
Visit the most unique water park in the Portland Metro Area and spend all day swimming, diving, sliding, climbing or any of a number of other fun activities.
Horning's HideoutHorning's Hideout in North Plains
Tranquility is a word many visitors use as soon as they enter the 160 acres of Horning’s Hideout.
Arlene Schnitzer Concert HallArlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Home of the iconic Portland sign, this circa 1928 theater seats more than 2,700 people and is home to the Oregon Symphony.
World Forestry Center Discovery MuseumWorld Forestry Center Discovery Museum - Our 35,000 square foot museum is located in Portland's beautiful Washington Park.
Powell’s BookstorePowell’s Bookstore
Cities like Amsterdam and Leipzig may compete for the title, but Portland, Oregon, claims the prize itself: the City of Books.
The GrottoThe Grotto was established by the Servite Friars in 1924. The central attraction, Our Lady's Grotto, was carved from solid basalt in the cliff wall in 1925, where the Pieta is featured.
Portland Chinese GardensThe Portland Classical Chinese Garden transports you to Portland 's sister city of Suzhou , China with its architecture, plants, smells and even sounds.
Pittock MansionPortland’s Pittock Mansion
Visit a 16,000 square foot mansion in Portland's west hills that is rooted in history. Visitors can enjoy the architecture, stunning views or the history of the Pittock family.
Japanese GardensJapanese Gardens - Take a guided tour or wander through the garden on your own, enjoying five different gardens on more than five acres.
Shanghai TunnelsUnderground Tours - Shanghai Tunnel Tour Sheds Light on Portland's Shady Past when ship captains needed a crew.
Alberta StreetAlberta Street - Known as the Alberta Art District, new art galleries, restaurants, clothing boutiques and gift shops have been popping up here for over a decade.
Pioneer Courthouse SquarePioneer Courthouse Square - Portland offers many places to be entertained, educated and involved. Pioneer Courthouse Square has been doing it all for 150 years.
Willamette FallsWillamette Falls - The Willamette Falls near Portland provides views of geology, history and industry.