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3D Center of Art & Photography        
Explore contemporary and antique 3D technology.
Landmarks   
1928 NW Lovejoy St • 503-227-6667
3D Teapot Fountain      
A fountain cleverly disguised as a mural. Has bubbles.
Landmarks   
SW Yamhill St & SW 15th Ave
Alberta Park      
Northwestern greenery, blocks away from the Alberta art district.
Landmarks   
NE Killingsworth St & NE 19th Ave
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall      
Gigantic sign says "Portland," just in case you forgot...
Landmarks   
1037 SW Broadway • 503-248-4335
Bagdad Theater      
Covered with neon and filled with beer, unlike the real Baghdad.
Landmarks   
3702 SE Hawthorne Blvd • 503-225-5555
Banana Mural      
This absurdist graffito has been filling the void since 1982.
Landmarks   
SE Division St & SE 12th Ave
Benson Bubblers      
Iconic drinking fountains of dubious hygiene.
Landmarks   
SW 5th & Washington
Beverly Cleary Tribute Fountain      
Other children's authors wish they had a fountain.
Landmarks   
NE Knott St & NE 33rd Ave
Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 5.1      
Rusty and decrepit, but still functional.
Landmarks   
N Marine Dr & N Portland Rd
Burnside Skatepark      
The gnarly original. Built illegally by skaters 20+ years ago.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
17 SE 3rd Ave
Cathedral Park      
Greenery and water beneath the gothic St. John's Bridge.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
N Baltimore Ave & N Bradford St
Chapman Square Park      
Home of the Pioneer Family, Portland's most boringly controversial statue.
Landmarks   
SW Main St
Clear Creek Distillery      
The granddaddy of Portland craft distillers. Open for tastings.
Landmarks   
2389 NW Wilson St • 503-248-9470
Columbia City Park      
Arboreal awesomeness in North Portland.
Landmarks   
N Chautauqua Blvd & N Winchell St
Columbia Pioneer Cemetary      
A completely pleasant spot for the morbidly inclined.
Landmarks   
NE Sandy Blvd & NE 97th Ave
Couch City Park      
Pleasant park pronounced "cooch." Non-natives often say it wrong.
Landmarks   
NW Glisan St & NW 19th Ave
Council Crest City Park      
Broadcast towers and trees dot the top of this SW Portland lookout
Landmarks   
SW Council Crest DR
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Gardens       
Waterfalls, ducks, geese, and eye-popping rhodies. Go in early May.
Landmarks   
SE Woodstock Blvd & SE 28th Ave • 503-771-8386
Da Tung and Xi'an Bao Bao      
Chinese elephants you'll be tempted to climb on.
Landmarks   
NW Everett St & NW Park Ave
Dawson City Park      
A little something for gazebo lovers.
Landmarks   
NE Stanton St & N Williams Ave
Delta Park East      
Built atop the ruins of the lost city of Vanport.
Landmarks   
NE M L King Blvd & N Marine Dr
Drugstore Cowboy Drugstore      
Drugstore Cowboy filmed here, but, alas, the drugstore's gone.
Landmarks   
NW Glisan St & NW 21st Ave
Eastbank Esplanade      
The East Side's answer to Waterfront Park.
Landmarks   
Banfield Expressway & Pacific Hwy
Echo Gate      
Stand under the copper gate and listen to echoes of Portland's past.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Eastbank Esplanade
First Regiment Armory Annex      
Built for the National Guard, now a castle-shaped theater.
Landmarks   
128 NW 11th Ave
Forest Park      
Aptly named park. Great for picnics, sasquatch hunting.
Landmarks   
NW 29th Ave & NW Upshur St
Franz Bread Loaf      
A rotating monument to fluffy white bread.
Landmarks   
NE Flanders St & NE 12th Ave
Fremont Bridge      
A massive arch. Much larger than Seattle's puny Fremont Bridge. Ha!
Landmarks   
NW Fremont Bridge
Fremont Bridge Bike Rack      
Go ahead, walk on it! Pretend you're Godzilla, it's okay!
Landmarks   
NW Irving St & NW 10th Ave
Friendship Circle      
Nothing says "friendship" like silver pointy things!
Landmarks   
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Gabriel Park      
Skate parks, tennis, and volleyball in a picturesque corner of SW Portland.
Landmarks   
SW 45th Ave & Vermont St
Government Island State Park      
Only accessible by boat. Blue herons abound.
Landmarks   
Government Island
Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park      
This park used to be a highway. Portland traded up.
Landmarks   
SW Oak St & SW Naito Pkwy
Grant Park      
Swimming, sports, and sundry summertime diversions.
Landmarks   
NE 33rd Ave & NE US Grant Pl
Harbor View Park      
Greenery. Water. Industrial Infrastructure.
Landmarks   
N Edgewater St & N Van Houten Pl
Hat Museum      
Crazy hat lady curates enormous collection of headwear.
Landmarks   
1928 SE Ladd Ave • 503-232-0433
House of Louie Restaurant      
Chinatown's most notable restaurant, a dessicated still-functional husk.
Landmarks   
331 NW Davis St • 503-228-9898
Hoyt Arboretum      
So many trees. So little time.
Landmarks   
4000 SW Fairview Blvd • 503-865-8733
Hung Far Low      
A Portland landmark for the name alone.
Landmarks   
2410 SE 82nd Ave • 503-223-8686
International Rose Test Garden      
Yes it's gaudy, but locals secretly love it.
Landmarks   
SW Rose Park Rd
Interstate Neon District      
Gorgeous mid-century neon signage for blocks. Like stationary fireworks.
Landmarks    24-Hours
N Interstate Ave & N Shaver St
Ira Keller Fountain      
Much like a waterfall, except wholly artificial.
Landmarks   
SW Clay St & SW 3rd Ave
Irving City Park      
Kickball, dogs, and nicely unsafe playground equipment.
Landmarks   
NE 7th and Fremont
Jake's Famous Crawfish      
Since 1892, a fresh fish sheet as long as your arm.
Landmarks   
401 SW 12th Ave • 503-226-1419
Jamison Square      
Proud home of Portland's cartoon totem poles.
Landmarks   
810 NW 11th Ave
Japanese American Historical Plaza      
Um... yeah... sorry about that whole "internment" thing...
Landmarks   
NW Naito Pkwy & NW Davis St
Japanese Gardens      
There's more to Japan than ninjas and sushi, you know.
Landmarks   
611 SW Kingston Ave • 503-223-1321
Kelley Butte Natural Area      
Want to see a sealed-up bomb shelter? Go here.
Landmarks   
SE Clinton St & SE 103rd Ave
Ladd's Addition      
Even locals get lost in this maze of streets and rose gardens.
Landmarks   
SE Ladd Ave
Lan Su Chinese Garden      
Kind of like China! (Except without the smog and communism...)
Landmarks   
239 NW Everett St • 503-228-8131
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