Take a walk through the country’s longest-running rose test garden, featuring over 10,000 roses.
Beautiful views of the city and mountains! You'll also get to see some of the most unique roses in the world.
This place is pretty year round. The roses are usually in bloom starting late May or early June. It is a nice place to walk around and connects to Forrest Park, Washington Park, the Japanese Garden, the Zoo, and Hoyt Arboretum.
“Many styles of gardens showcased in serene 5.5-acre space with waterfall, teahouse & mountain view.”
“A massive independent bookstore where you can find new, used, and rare books. The West Burnside location is the flagship, but if you're looking for something more low-key, there's an East Side outpost on Hawthorne as well.”
“The Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892 and is the seventh oldest museum in the country. The museum has become famous around the world because of its permanent collection that has more than 42,000 pieces in it. For history buffs there are plenty of historic art pieces on display. There are many pieces that have been collected from the native people of North America as well as a large collection of English silver. The campus that the museum sits on also has the Jubitz Center for Modern and Contemporary Art which is well worth taking a look at.”
“The founder of the Portland newspaper -The Oregonian built this mansion around 1912. it’s a marvel to see with beautiful views”