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Portland Visitor Information and Services Center, Portland

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About Portland Visitor Information and Services Center

 701 SW Sixth Ave

 +1 503 275-8355

Portland Visitor Information and Services Center and Nearby Sights on Map

Pioneer Courthouse Square

This is the central courtyard of downtown Portland, a big gathering spot that's popular with tourists and locals alike

Portlandia

Looming over the west entrance of the Portland Building is the second-largest hammered-copper statue in the U

Oregon Historical Society

Lots of artifacts and exhibits on the history of the state

Downtown

Downtown Portland is the heart of the city, centered around Pioneer Square and home to modern commercial towers, new condominiums, and converted lofts, along with several museums and urban parks of interest to tourists, including Tom McCall Waterfront Park along the river

Museum of Contemporary Craft

A museum in partnership with the Pacific Northwest College of Art, with an excellent collection of art from some top contemporary artists

Portland Art Museum

Has several outstanding collections and is regularly updated by moving exhibits

Tom McCall Waterfront Park

This wide expanse of green lawns along the downtown Portland waterfront is a scenic slice of park land, with views over the Willamette River and of the skyline

Mill Ends Park

The 'smallest park in the world', a title backed up by the Guinness Book of Records, Mill Ends was originally created satirically for the purpose of being 'a leprechaun colony and racetrack for snails

Oregon Maritime Center and Museum

Located on the Portland, a steam sternwheeler tug boat moored in the river, the museum contains numerous ship models, maritime artifacts and memorabilia, while tours are offered of the ship itself

Old Town (Portland)

Just to the north of Downtown is Old Town, which is where Portland was first settled and which has some historic buildings and is a nightlife center, but also contains a fair amount of social services for homeless and mentally ill