- TripBuzz found 307 things to do with kids in or near Beaverton, Oregon, including 290 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Vancouver, Portland and Hillsboro.
- From Sunset Lanes to Wunderland, the Beaverton area offers 86 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks and Rock Climbing.
- Located seven miles to the west of Portland, Beaverton has a population of under 90,000. The home of the world headquarters of famous athletic gear corporation, Nike Inc., the city is also part of the Silicon Forest. The Atfalati, a Native American tribe, had settled the area before its population shrunk during the 18thand 19thcenturies.
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The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall is a Broadway theater venue that hosts classical jazz, pop, rock, and gospel music performances. Visitors of this location, which features Italian Rococo Revival Architecture design, can also attend conferences and watch travel films.
The Keller Auditorium hosts a wide variety of musical performances and events, including concerts from artists like Bob Dylan and comedy shows from the likes of John Oliver. The location also features a café with a rotating menu.
Featuring a fountain and several statues, the Tom McCall Waterfront Park offers guests the opportunity to go hiking and biking. Visitors can also access the location's boat dock and visit the site's public art.
A six-screen movie theater, Living Room Theater features a selection of first-run Hollywood movies along with independent and foreign films. The theater offers digital projection, 3D movies and a lounge with food, drinks and adult beverages.
With its 79 acres, the Cook Park is the largest in the city and has sports courts and fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, a fishing dock, as well as other amenities. The trails and bike-paths run for approximately 2.5 miles.
The arts and cultural district of downtown Portland is known as the Pearl District, a name given to the area after Pearl Marie Amhara who envisioned what the area could become. The district has several independent art galleries, restaurants, and four parks.
53rd Avenue Community Park offers diverse outdoor areas for play and recreation including artificial turf multi-sport fields, and lighted fields for soccer and lacrosse. There are also tennis courts, a basketball court and a children's play area.