Built in 1914, Pittock Mansion tells the story of Portland’s transformation from pioneer town to modern, industrialized city through the history and legacy of one its most influential families. LEARN MORE PLAN YOUR VISIT HOURS Regular Hours 10am–4pm opens at noon on Tuesdays Summer Hours (June–Labor Day) 10am–5pm opens at noon on Tuesdays
The Pittock Mansion is a French Renaissance-style château in the West Hills of Portland, Oregon, United States. The mansion was originally built in 1914 as a private home for London -born Oregonian publisher Henry Pittock and his wife, Georgiana Burton Pittock .
Adults: $14.50 Seniors (65+): $12.50 Youth (ages 6–18): $10.50 Children (under 6): FREE ADDRESS 3229 NW Pittock Drive Portland, OR 97210 Phone: 503.823.3623 Pittock Mansion participates in the Arts for All program. Visitors who receive food stamps through SNAP and have an Oregon Trail Card can buy up to 2 admission tickets for $5 each.
It wasn’t until the early 1900s that Henry Pittock started planning his “mansion on the hill” on property that had panoramic views of Portland, the Willamette River, and the distant Cascade Mountains. Construction began in 1912 and Henry and Georgiana moved into the home in 1914 with eight other members of the family.
PORTLAND’S HOUSE ON THE HILL. Pittock Mansion is a 16,000 square foot French Renaissance style home. It was designed by architect Edward T. Foulkes who trained at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the French École des Beaux-Arts.
SELF-GUIDED TOURS. The self-guided tour offers visitors the opportunity to experience everything Pittock Mansion has to offer at their own pace. Maps are available at the main entrance and interpretive panels guide visitors throughout the Mansion, Gate Lodge, and grounds.
Built in 1914, Pittock Mansion was a modern home with unique architecture and the latest technology. Experience the story of Portland through the lives of one of its most influential families and get to know the pioneer spirit behind its transformation from “stumptown” to modern, industrial city.
Pittock Mansion was a marvel of its day, built with technologically advanced features for its time that are not all visible during normal operating hours. Visitors have the chance to view behind closed doors at the Mansion on this intimate docent-led tour, as well as learn historical details about this unique home.
Pittock Mansion is home to a wide array of period furnishings and personal artifacts that connect visitors to early 20th-century life. Heirlooms donated by Portland founding families, like the Failings and Couches, are on display in addition to our original Pittock family pieces.
Pittock Mansion Views of Mount Hood and Portland’s skyline aren’t the only breathtaking attraction at Pittock Mansion, the former home of rose-loving Georgiana Burton Pittock. A few rose gardens dot the grounds around the estate, coming alive with blooms of pink, red, white and orange between late May and late June.