3229 Northwest Pittock Drive, Portland, OR 97210 Directions
Pittock Mansion is full of great history and fascinating stories of one of the first and most prominent families in Portland. Mansion has been a luxury home with innovative architecture and cutting-edge technology. Mansion tells the story of the development of Portland from a pioneer to a prosperous, industrialized town through the heritage and history of one of its most prominent families. Visitors can use the Mansion as a background or location for pictures, creative photography, or a film must apply photography & film. This 16,000 square-foot, the historical museum of the house and its surrounding grounds offer a rare view of local history. Tourists can take the place of their own and explore up to 23 rooms, including the library and music room. It provides free admission for children (under 6) & members.
Group and Educational Tours, Historical Place, Museum Store, Exhibitions, Behind the Scenes Tour, Restoration, Architectural Building, Hands-On Harp Demonstration, Shop, Events, Decorative Arts, Lectures, Rental, Archives & Day Camp for Kids
Adults - $12
Seniors (65+) - $10
Youth (ages 6–18) - $8
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700 Southwest 6th Avenue, Portland, OR 97204 Directions
Pioneer Courthouse is built in the middle of Portland, next to the ever-living Pioneer Courthouse Square. It is a three-story building with traditional, restrained architecture in Italianate style. The second floor has tall double hanging windows with braced pediments on top. The courthouse, which is a famous national landmark, is the most significant 19th-century government office to thrive in the 21st century in the Pacific Northwest. Visitors can explore the building to view its ornate halls and public areas, the second floor, the dignified courthouse, and the fourth floor. It offers exhibits that tell the story of the city, the courts.
Walking Tour, Government Buildings, Special Events, Architectural Building, Courthouse & Historical Places
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ST. JOHNS BRIDGE
8600 Northwest Bridge Avenue, Portland, OR 97203 Directions
St. Johns Bridge is one of Oregon's most prominent bridges due to its incredible elegance and historical significance. David Steinman was one of the 20th century's most famous bridge engineers, and he specialized in bridge suspension design. It highlights the bridge's past and past, which may be missed in the bridge's broader, more detailed history. It covered the world's highest concrete rigid frame piers, the first use of main steel towers without horizontal bracing.
Historical Building, Views, Walking, Trails, Fishing Season, Photograph, Boat Ramp & Picnic Area