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The Pearl District, formerly occupied by warehouses, factories, and train yards, now plays host...
...e, Washington Park, the Oregon Zoo, the Pearl District and more. Enjoy the fresh air with the open-top seating or opt fo...
3 hours 30 minutes
... the city from downtown Portland to the Pearl District to Nob Hill, local neighborhoods and visit all the must-see attra...
2 hours 30 minutes
...his walking tour of Portland, visit the Pearl District, Powell’s Bookstore, the Portlandia Statue, the city’s famous foo...
...dal through downtown, Chinatown and the Pearl District, and ride along the waterfront for great views. Pass 19th-century...
...cruise the Green Park Block corridors and explore the Pearl District with our experienced guides and comfortable rides.
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... the city from Downtown Portland to the Pearl District to Nob Hill. Visit local neighborhoods and enjoy all the must-see...
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...see attractions including the Pearl District Pittock Mansion International Rose Gardens Cultural District and much more.
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Just to the northwest of Downtown is the Pearl District, a very hip and trendy neighborhood on the streetcar line which was not long ago derelict warehouses and empty industrial space.
Just to the northwest of Downtown is the Pearl District, a very hip and trendy neighborhood on the streetcar line which was not long ago derelict warehouses and empty industrial space. The economic success of the Pearl has made it a frequently cited urban planning model, and it is an excellent place to hang out and people watch, eat in fine restaurants, and visit the famous Powell's Bookstore. Perhaps the best spot to people watch is Jamison Square, a city park at the heart of the Pearl that includes a popular fountain which fills a pool during the summer months that's popular with little kids. For a slightly more quiet retreat, Tanner Springs Park is just a couple of blocks north and built to resemble a piece of reclaimed wetland, with tall grasses and a nice pond. On the First Thursday of every month, all art galleries in the Pearl district open their doors for casual viewing, and many serve wine and cheese.
Pearl District, Portland, OR, USA
A museum in partnership with the Pacific Northwest College of Art, with an excellent collection of art from some top contemporary artists
This is the central courtyard of downtown Portland, a big gathering spot that's popular with tourists and locals alike
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
A beautiful urban retreat in the heart of Chinatown with a pond, a teahouse, pavilions, and lots of gardens
Gallery and Gift Store featuring interesting historical and quirky displays, such as the world's only remaining woolly ant
Lots of artifacts and exhibits on the history of the state
Has several outstanding collections and is regularly updated by moving exhibits
Looming over the west entrance of the Portland Building is the second-largest hammered-copper statue in the U
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