Travel Videos


Portland Tourist Attractions


Portland Tourist Attractions Oregon - Maybe before you arrive in Oregon, you might want to make a list of some of the attractions in Portland you will most like to pay a visit to. While numerous tourists before you have tapped into the beauty of the architecture of Old Town, you may want to expand your visit to lesser-known gems about town. The only way to locate some of these interesting Portland attractions might be to pay a visit to a tourist center, which can point you in the right direction.

Free Travel Community

Whether you wish to step into a trendy boutique or gaze upon the buildings lining the Pearl District, there are plenty of Portland tourist attractions you may consider when you are ready to explore the thick of the city. A variety of districts make up the locations where the most Portland attractions can be found. You may choose to visit Arbor Lodge or Cathedral Park, or maybe you’d rather heard for the northwest and check out Forest Park and Northwest Heights. Below is a list of Portland attractions you may want to experience along the way:

Portland Travel Guide

Bishop's House
Southwest Stark Street
Portland, Oregon
For those who enjoy a nice architectural sight, this building showcases a pleasant Gothic Revival style. This attraction can be found between Southwest Second and Third avenues.

Portland Travel Guide

First Presbyterian Church
1200 Southwest Alder Street
Portland, Oregon
History buffs will enjoy paying a visit to this Portland attraction. Here, you will meet up with one of the oldest churches established in the city.

Portland Travel Guide

Oregon Coast Aquarium
2820 S.E. Ferry Slip Rd.
Portland, Oregon
Whether it is the sharks or mysterious jellyfish that bring you to this sight, you will enjoy touring the facilities of this entertaining Portland attraction. Throughout this site, numerous exhibits await your arrival.

Portland Travel Guide

Ankeny Plaza
Southwest Front Avenue and Ankeny Street
Portland, Oregon
Every city has an important gathering place that possesses some sort of historical significance. This is where you will find the old city square of Portland.

Portland Travel Guide

Bethel Heights Vineyard
6060 Bethel Heights Road
Portland, Oregon
When you are interested in savoring a tasty glass of wine, this may be the place to take your sweetie. You will find this vineyard situated in the northwest part of town.

Portland Travel Guide

Beverly Cleary Sculptures at Grant Park
Grant Park
Portland, Oregon
Anyone who loves animals will really enjoy a stop at this tourist attraction. Here, a ton of common resident critters, as well as a few exotic specimens can be found on the premises.

Boton Travel Guide

Marineland
Northeast 33rd Avenue and Brazee Street
Portland, Oregon
Open your child’s imagination when you pay a visit to this rather impressive sight. Here is a garden brought to life by some of the storybook characters your child may be most familiar with.

PortlandTravel Guide

Mark O. Hatfield/Twin Tunnels Trail
30 Ocean Ave
Jacksonville, Florida
When you wish to become one with nature, this is as good of a start as any. Put on your hiking boots and this Portland tourist attraction will take you close to the Columbia River Gorge.

Portland Travel Guide

Portland Speedway
9727 North Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Portland, Oregon
For those who love the speed of a good racecar, you might want to check out what is zooming by next at this Portland tourist attraction. This is the place to enjoy a nice NASCAR race or derby during your stay.

Portland Travel Guide

Tualatin Plains Presbyterian Church
30685 Northwest Scotch Church Road
Portland, Oregon
An interesting sight indeed is provided by this interesting tourist attraction. You may want to whip out your camera to take a photo of this eight-sided steeple.

Portland Travel Guide

Travel Guide Tourist Attractions
Expedia Travel Destinations
Travel Flights

Portland Interesting Facts

  • The creator of The Simpsons, Matt Groening, started out in Portland.
  • Portland was founded in 1845.
  • Portland was named after founder, Pettygrove, won a coin toss to name it after his native Portland, Maine.
  • Joseph Kelly who ran a Portland hotel in the late 1800’s would sell intoxicated young men to ship captains who needed crewmates.
  • The railroad arrived in Portland, Oregon in 1883.
  • Lumber baron Simon Benson installed drinking water fountains throughout town so workers wouldn’t drink so much and get intoxicated.
  • Portland has a population of about 530,000
  • Bud Clark, the former mayor of Portland, was the flasher in the famous “Expose Yourself to Art” poster.
American Express
Travel Car Rental
Travel Guide Hotel

Portland Hotels

You can book your Portland Oregon hotel online here. Some Portland Oregon hotels offer up to 70% discount for online bookings.
Portland Hotel Reservations

Portland Map

Portland Map Having a good street map of Portland Oregon is useful for planning your trip. You can use this Portland interactive street map to find any location you need.

Portland Weather

Portland WeatherYou can view a live video broadcast for the weather in Portland Oregon. Click on the image to the right for the Portland weather forcast.

Portland Photos

Sit back and watch some beautiful photos of Portland Oregon. Just click on the image below.
Portland Photos

About | Travel Community | Contact | Forum | Privacy | Advertise | Syndication | Partners | Directory

Copyright © 2008 TravelGuide.TV