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Exploring Portland, Oregon
Powell's City of Books is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

1. Powell's City of Books

9.5
1005 W Burnside St (at NW 10th Ave.), Portland, OR
Librairie · Pearl · 469 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The Latin inscription on the “Pillar of Books” at the NW 11th and Couch St entrance is translated as “Buy the book, read the book, enjoy the book, sell the book.”

Powell's Books is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

2. Powell's Books

9.1
3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd (at SW Hall Blvd), Beaverton, OR
Librairie · Downtown Beaverton · 51 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? This store has the largest children’s section on the West Coast! The first children’s book was published in 1658 by Comenius, a Czech educator. Today, thousands are published every year. En savoir plus .

Burnside Bridge is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

3. Burnside Bridge

E Burnside St. (at Willamette River), Portland, OR
Pont · Kerns · 21 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Joseph B. Strauss, who engineered San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, also designed Portland’s Burnside Bridge. En savoir plus .

Hawthorne Bridge is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

4. Hawthorne Bridge

Hawthorne Bridge, Portland, OR
Pont · 18 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The oldest of Portland’s bridges; the Hawthorne Bridge is also the oldest vertical-lift bridge in the U.S. En savoir plus .

International Rose Test Garden is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

5. International Rose Test Garden

8.9
400 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR
Jardin botanique · 103 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? During World War I, out of fear that unique rose hybrids would be lost to the bombings in Europe, hybridists abroad sent plants to Portland to keep them safe. En savoir plus .

McMenamins Kennedy School is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

6. McMenamins Kennedy School

9.0
5736 NE 33rd Ave (btw NE Jessup & Simpson), Portland, OR
Hôtel · Concordia · 88 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The Nickelodeon, the world’s first movie theater, opened in 1905. Kennedy Elementary School opened its doors ten years later in 1915, but wouldn’t become a movie theatre until 1997.

Hollywood Bowl is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

7. Hollywood Bowl

4030 NE Halsey St (at NE 41st Ave), Portland, OR
Salle de bowling · Hollywood · 15 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Historians believe that bowling goes back 5000 years, to the ancient Egyptians. Read more about the game’s history: En savoir plus .

Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI) is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

8. Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI)

8.8
1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR
Musée des sciences · Hosford-Abernethy · 105 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? John Cyprian Stevens, a naturalist and civil engineer, first envisioned OMSI in 1896, but the museum didn’t officially open until 1944.

TriMet Old Town/Chinatown MAX Station is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

9. TriMet Old Town/Chinatown MAX Station

100 NW Davis (NW 1st Avenue at NW Davis St), Portland, OR
Station de métro aérien · Old Town Chinatown · 8 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? There is an underground labyrinth of tunnels in Old Town that were used from 1850-1941 to “shanghai” unsuspecting men, and sell them to ships bound for the Orient. En savoir plus .

Grant Park is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

10. Grant Park

8.2
2300 NE 33rd Ave (NE 33 & U.S.Grant Place), Portland, OR
Parc · Grant Park · 6 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The Beverly Cleary Sculpture Garden in Grant Park (4 blocks from the real Klickitat St) immortalizes Cleary’s beloved characters, based in part on kids she knew growing up in NE Portland En savoir plus .

Portland Saturday Market is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

11. Portland Saturday Market

8.3
50-98 OR-99W (at SW Ankeny & Naito Pkwy), Portland, OR
Marché · Old Town Chinatown · 92 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The Saturday Market is the largest continually-operating arts and crafts market in the U.S., but the tradition of buying goods from artisans in a marketplace goes back thousands of years

Lloyd Center Ice Rink is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

12. Lloyd Center Ice Rink

7.8
953 Lloyd Ctr (Multnomah), Portland, OR
Patinoire · Lloyd District · 11 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The first ice skates were made of animal bone, and were likely used by ancient Scandinavians as a means of transportation, not recreation. En savoir plus .

Pioneer Courthouse Square is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

13. Pioneer Courthouse Square

8.3
715 SW Morrison St (btwn SW 6th Ave & SW Broadway), Portland, OR
Place · Downtown Portland · 82 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The block that the square occupies was purchased by a shoemaker named Elijah Hill in 1849. It cost him $24 and a pair of boots En savoir plus .

Jantzen Beach Center is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

14. Jantzen Beach Center

6.1
1405 Jantzen Beach Ctr, Portland, OR
Centre commercial · Hayden Island · 7 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Before it was a shopping center, Jantzen Beach was the site of a popular amusement park. While the roller coasters are gone, the 1927 carousel is a fun reminder of the area’s history. En savoir plus .

Oregon Children's Theater is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

15. Oregon Children's Theater

Galleria Building, SW 10th (Yamhill), Portland, OR
Théâtre · Downtown Portland · 2 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Western theatre traditions developed from Ancient Greece tragedies. The word theatre comes from a Greek word meaning “place for viewing.” En savoir plus .

Portland Children's Museum is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

16. Portland Children's Museum

8.2
4015 SW Canyon Rd (at Washington Park), Portland, OR
Musée des sciences · 33 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The first museum designed specifically for children was founded in 1899 in Brooklyn, NY. Portland Children's Museum is the sixth oldest and the oldest on the West Coast.

Portland Art Museum is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

17. Portland Art Museum

8.9
1219 SW Park Ave, Portland, OR
Musée d'art · Downtown Portland · 79 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? This is the oldest museum in the Pacific Northwest and the seventh oldest in the United States. The collection includes Native American, Asian, European and American art.

Mill Ends Park is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

18. Mill Ends Park

7.1
1 SW Taylor St. (at SW Naito Parkway - Median), Portland, OR
Parc · Downtown Portland · 18 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The founder of Mill Ends Park claimed it was the site of the "only leprechaun colony west of Ireland" and often wrote of the leprechauns' activities in his column in the Oregon Journal. En savoir plus .

Multnomah County Library - Central is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

19. Multnomah County Library - Central

8.8
801 SW 10th Ave (btwn SW Morrison & Yamhill St), Portland, OR
Bibliothèque · Downtown Portland · 39 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Central Library has more than a million books, and more than 17 miles of bookshelves to hold them all! Find events, programs and storytimes for kids and teens, at all 19 city libraries: En savoir plus .

Rice NW Museum of Rocks and Minerals is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

20. Rice NW Museum of Rocks and Minerals

7.2
26385 NW Groveland Dr, Hillsboro, OR
Musée · 7 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Oregon’s state rock is the thunderegg – but it’s not actually a rock at all, it’s a structure. En savoir plus .

Oregon Historical Society is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

21. Oregon Historical Society

8.0
1200 SW Park Ave (btwn SW Madison St & SW Jefferson St), Portland, OR
Musée d'histoire · Downtown Portland · 12 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Portland could have been named Boston! The city’s founders flipped a coin to decide which of their hometowns their new city would be named after, Portland, ME or Boston, MA.

Mt. Tabor Park is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

22. Mt. Tabor Park

9.5
6000 SE Salmon St. (SE 60th Ave.), Portland, OR
Parc · Mt. Tabor · 56 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Mt. Tabor is the only volcano within a major city in the United States. It’s an example of a cinder cone volcano. En savoir plus .

Lan Su Chinese Garden is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

23. Lan Su Chinese Garden

8.5
239 NW Everett St (at 3rd Ave), Portland, OR
Jardin · Old Town Chinatown · 67 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? China’s 31,000 native plants, some of which can be found nowhere else on Earth, represent nearly 1/8th of the world’s total plant species.

Oregon Zoo is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

24. Oregon Zoo

9.0
4001 SW Canyon Rd, Portland, OR
Zoo · 114 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? In 2009, excavations in Egypt unearthed the world’s oldest known zoological collection, dating from 3500 B.C. The collection of 112 animals included elephants, hippos, and baboons. En savoir plus .

Oaks Amusement Park is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

25. Oaks Amusement Park

7.3
7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR
Parc d'attractions · Sellwood-Moreland · 34 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Roller coasters are a great opportunity to feel the physics principles of gravitational, inertial and centrifugal forces at work in real life. Learn more about how roller coasters work: En savoir plus .

Forest Park - Thurman Gate is one of Exploring Portland, Oregon.

26. Forest Park - Thurman Gate

9.2
3800 NW Thurman St (NW Aspen Ave), Portland, OR
Chemin · Northwest District · 9 conseils et avis

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? In 1806, William Clark (of Lewis & Clark fame) took a detour from their Columbia River journey to paddle up the Willamette, claiming for the U.S. the land that is now Forest Park. En savoir plus .