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Top 10 Portland Attractions

Portland, OR is home to a wide range of exciting attractions. Here, you'll learn about ten of the most popular attractions around the City of Roses.

1. Living Room Theater

Living Room Theater is a very accurately-named attraction in Portland that provides a homey feel to the movie theater experience. The theater is a combination of a movie theater and a restaurant.

2. International Rose Test Garden

While there are a lot of gardens around the Portland Metro Area, this is one of the only free ones. Visitors can freely navigate through the historic rose garden to see some of the most impressive roses on Earth.

3. Portland Japanese Garden

The Portland Japanese garden is noted as one of the most authentic Japanese gardens in the United States. Everything from the architecture to the plants has been designed around the distinctive Japanese ethic.

4. St. Johns Bridge

This bridge is among the most iconic bridges in the United States. Its distinctive emerald coloration and industrial style make it stand out.

5. The Gerding Theater

The Gerding Theater is located in the Armory Building in the historic Portland downtown area. Many plays are produced here every year and the building is noted for its old-world aesthetic and enormous lobby. The acoustics are also recognized as being superb.

6. The Grotto

The Grotto is a colloquialism that has been applied to the National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother. The Grotto is part of a larger catholic sanctuary that sits within 62 acres of gardens.

7. Hoyt Arboretum

The Hoyt Arboretum is located within 5 minutes of Portland's city center. It is a popular destination that provides an excellent perspective on how nature fits into the overall Portland aesthetic.

8. Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

The Schnitzer plays host to a wide range of musical acts, but the symphony is perhaps the most common player here.

9. Pittock Mansion

The Pittock Mansion is a historical landmark from the days when Portland was little more than a tiny forest town. The economy was based mostly on timber then, and the Pittock is an exemplary example of the architecture of this time.

10. Forest Park

Forest Park is one of the most popular parks in the area and is well-known for its uncommonly dense forests within the heart of the city.

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