Discover the official tour guide to Downtown Portland with great tips on attractions, lodging, dining, events and much more. Portland’s compact, walkable downtown offers easy access to great food, green spaces, cultural offerings and tax-free shopping.
Welcome to Downtown Portland! A hotbed of innovation and economic growth. A center of culture and creativity. A gathering place for Portlanders and visitors. Downtown Portland — one of the city’s most welcoming and lively areas — packs a whole lot of personality into a diverse, dynamic and energizing hub. There’s a good reason why ...
Located near downtown Portland in Washington Park, the Oregon Zoo is home to more than 2,600 animals. Voodoo Doughnut Since 2003, Portland's Voodoo Doughnut has sold millions of wacky, sugary snacks — and the downtown landmark still attracts lines at all hours of the day.
Downtown Portland has the popular Pioneer Courthouse Square Mall, well known stores like Nordstrom, Apple and Sephora, cool independent boutiques, luxurious hotels, a thriving restaurants scene along 12th Avenue in the West End, and two excellent museums including the Portland Art Museum.
Some protesters started a dumpster fire and broke windows in downtown Portland on Tuesday during a demonstration to mark the year that has passed since Minneapolis police murdered George Floyd.
The Oregon Maritime Museum is a floating nautical exhibition in the form of a sternwheel tugboat, the Portland, docked on the Willamette River near to Downtown’s Waterfront Park. Built in the late 1940’s, the tugboat is the last of its kind fabricated in the United States and the only one remaining in working conditions.
Downtown Portland is home to a wide variety of dining experiences, from street food to tasting menus, with everything from Isan Thai to Sichuan to Belizean cuisine represented.
Many downtown Portland storefronts remain covered in plywood, while other business have shut down entirely, nearly a year after large-scale protests began following the murder of George Floyd by ...
The Downtown Portland neighborhood is in Central Portland, bordered by the Willamette River to the east and W Burnside to the north. Upcoming Events Portland Downtown Neighborhood Association Meeting
The Willamette Valley is known for its pinot noirs. Tillamook (73 miles away): Visit the famous Tillamook Creamery, go for a hike in the Tillamook Forest and more. Cannon Beach (80 miles away ...