- Our list of the best things to do in Portland, Oregon, features the top 469 nearby activities — including 204 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Portland, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 40 things to do within the city of Portland, OR , followed by 429 popular activities in nearby cities, including West Linn, Newberg, Vancouver, Oregon City, Hillsboro, Dundee, Lake Oswego, Sherwood, Wilsonville, Beaverton, Troutdale, Canby, Tualatin, Gresham, Corbett, Forest Grove, Tigard, Aurora, Sandy, Milwaukie, Estacada, Gaston, Hood River, Carlton, Boring and Molalla
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Wine and Canvas 1812 Washington St, Vancouver, WA MoreLess Info
Classes open to all levels feature painting in various styles accompanied by expert instruction and drink specials
98% 540 votes
150 SW Harrison St., Portland, OR 97201 MoreLess Info
Guests are able to view the downtown area of the city with the help of Portland By Segway. Some of the most popular destinations in downtown can be viewed and experienced with the help of a professional guide.
99% 4322 votes
1200 NW Front, Portland, OR 97212 MoreLess Info
The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic area is 85 miles long and covering 292,500 acres. Hiking, biking, and horseback riding are popular within the park, especially to see the 620-foot Multnomah Falls, the highest year round waterfall in the United States, 800 species of wildflowers, and 200 species of birds…
98% 2693 votes
1005 W Burnside, Portland, OR MoreLess Info
Powell's City of Books is the biggest bookstore in America. In addition to the bookstore, containing a cafe and an art gallery, Powell's City of Books also sells new and used books online.
98% 792 votes
133 SW 2nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97204 MoreLess Info
Pedal Bike Tours is an excursion company that offers daily bike rentals, food tours, and pedal bike tours in city of Portland. The company has tours with team building activities and for wine tastings.
97% 454 votes
Portland, OR MoreLess Info
The Oneonta Gorge is a mossy chasm that is so narrow that the Oneonta Creek is able to completely fill it from wall to wall. Hiking and photography are the two most common activities around this natural landmark.
97% 672 votes
NW 29 & Upshur to Newberry Road, Portland, OR 97210 MoreLess Info
Visitors find more than 80 miles of trails in Forest Park, the largest urban forest in the United States. John Charles Olmstead and his brother Frederick Law Olmstead first laid out the park in 1903.
96% 1064 votes
SW Park Place, Portland, OR 97210 MoreLess Info
Washington Park is the only place in the United States that never was owned by a foreign country. Visitors to the park see many statues; find play areas and lots of open space for picnics.
96% 596 votes
Portland, OR MoreLess Info
A diverse offering of agriculture makes the Willamette Valley famous and popular for general driving trips in the area. There are also over 200 vineyards and restaurants which support local and organic foods.
95% 3875 votes
400 Southwest Kingston Avenue, Portland, OR 97201 MoreLess Info
The International Rose Test Garden is one of 24 gardens designated as a test garden by the All-America Rose Selections, and one of six test gardens for miniature roses recognized by the American Rose Society. The garden is the oldest public garden of its kind in the United States.
95% 300 votes
2735 E Burnside Street, Portland, OR 97214 MoreLess Info
Showing movies on its second run, Laurelhurst Theater has screenings for blockbuster hits and classic films in its auditoriums. The concession stand menu has been expanded to include pizza and alcoholic beverages.