- Our list of the best things to do in Milwaukie, Oregon, features the top 500 nearby activities — including 214 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Milwaukie, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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An excellent source for healthy food products, Bob's Red Mill Tour offers day trips within their traditional stone-milling facility that makes organic and gluten-free products. A nice way to end the tour is to go to their shop or restaurant so that you can sample their healthy menu.
Featuring over 75 vendors, Milwaukie Farmers Market offers a variety of items including fresh produce, baked and prepared goods, plants and handmade items. The market also provides live music and services including massage and face painting.
90% 10 votes
17023 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Milwaukie, OR 97267 MoreLess Info
Arrivederci Wine and Jazz Bar is an Italian restaurant and wine bar with live jazz on many nights, especially on the weekend. They have wine tastings, happy hours, and two different menus for dinner and late night.
81% 42 votes
7300 Southeast Harmony Road, Milwaukie, OR 97222 MoreLess Info
The North Clackamas Aquatic Park is a county pool which offers aqua aerobic classes to adults and swimming lessons to children. Also called NCAP, the park is also a great venue for children's parties, team buildings and swimming competitions.
The Milwaukie Museum is housed is what was formerly the George Wise family farmhouse which was built in 1865. In addition to displays that present the history of the local region, there is a preserved horse-drawn streetcar from 1872.
Oaks Amusement Park originally opened in 1905 as a way to celebrate the Lewis and Clark World Expo. It currently features a variety of carnival style rides, go karts, miniature golf, carnival games, arcade games, and an area where visitors can pan for gold and gems.