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Museums, theaters and shopping around Portland, Oregon


  • RiverPlace Esplanade Shops

    (adjacent to the hotel) Just outside our back door are a variety of shops, services and restaurants along the Esplanade.
  • Cultural District (1/2 mi) more

    From late spring to early fall, you can enjoy the organically grown produce, fresh baked breads seafood and seasonal flowers at the Portland Farmers' Market, located in the Cultural District's South Park Blocks.
  • Downtown (1/2 mi) more

    The clean and vibrant downtown is home to three major department stores: Nordstrom, Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue. Nearby Pioneer Place is a multi-level glass-ceiling mall in the heart of the city that's home to most major brands and awesome sushi.
  • Pearl District (1 mi) more

    Haute couture and hot cuisine grace Portland's Pearl District, housed in 50 city blocks of vibrant international cuisine, industrial warehouses turned sleek loft spaces, cutting-edge art galleries, awesome brewpubs and Powell's Books, the world's largest independent bookstore.
  • Nob Hill/ Northwest Portland (2.0 mi) more

    Great for people-watching, the main streets of this fun hub never fail to produce an eclectic mix of leather-clad Harley riders congregating outside Starbucks, immaculately dressed West Hills' shoppers searching for imported linens, and boisterous Gen-Xers enjoying pizza and microbrews at sidewalk cafes.
  • Lloyd Center (2.5 mi) more

    Only minutes from downtown Portland on the Max Light Rail, Lloyd Center, Oregon's largest mall has 200 stores that wrap around an indoor ice-rink. People are also impressed with the 17-restaurant food court and 18-screen movie house.
  • Washington Square Mall (6.8 mi) more

    9585 SW Washington Square Rd., Tigard, OR, 97223 Tel: 503.639.8860 With five department stores, including Oregon's largest Nordstrom and more than 140 specialty stores, Washington Square offers uncompromising style and selection.
  • Clackamas Town Center (11.0 mi) more

    12000 S.E. 82nd Ave. & Sunnyside Rd., Portland, OR 97266 Tel: 503.653.6913 With more than 1.2 million square feet of retail space, spend the day shopping tax-free in the 185 stores including Macy's Home Store, Nordstrom, Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor Loft, and many more.
  • Portland Saturday Market (1 mi) more

    108 W. Burnside St., Portland, OR 97209 Tel: 503.222.6072 Portland's Saturday Market is the nation's largest continuously operating open-air market for handcrafted goods. Open every Saturday and Sunday from March through Dec. 24, it offers more than 250 craft booths, as well as an international food court and live entertainment.


  • Oregon Historical Society (0.9 mi) more

    1200 S.W. Park Ave., Portland, Oregon 97205 Tel: 503.222.1741 Oregon Historical Society houses treasures of the Northwest, a priceless collection that tells the story of Oregon from its earliest people to the present day right in the Cultural District of the city.
  • Portland Art Museum (1.0 mi) more

    1219 S.W. Park Ave., Portland, Oregon 97205 Tel: 503.226.2811 One of the 25 largest museums in the country and home to the NW Film Center, the Portland Art Museum showcases impressive touring exhibitions and permanent collections of American, European, Asian, Native American and contemporary art.
  • OMSI - Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (1.1 mi) more

    1945 SE Water Ave., Portland, OR 97214-3354 503.797.OMSI (6674) 800.955.OMSI (6674) Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is a world-class tourist attraction and educational resource that puts the "WOW!" in science for the kid in each of us. OMSI's multi-attraction complex features a big screen OMNIMAX® Theater, the Northwest's largest planetarium, and the USS Blueback, the last fast-attack, diesel-powered submarine built by the U.S. Navy.
  • Portland Children's Museum (2.9 mi) more

    4015 S.W. Canyon Rd., Portland, OR 97221 Tel: 503.223.6500 Filled with imaginative, hands-on exhibits and studio programs, this is the most creative place for kids in Portland.
  • End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center (14.5 mi) more

    1726 Washington St., Oregon City, OR 97045 Tel: 503.657.9336 The Interpretive Center on Abernethy Green invites you to explore the history of the modern Pacific Northwest, from the arrival of the first fur traders to the coming of the railroads that ended the era of the great overland trails.


  • Keller Auditorium (.5 mi) more

    222 SW Clay, Portland, OR 97201  Tel: 503.248.4335 The auditorium is home to the Portland Opera, The Oregon Ballet Theatre, and Oregon Children's Theatre. It also hosts many national acts and traveling Broadway shows.
  • Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (The "Schnitz") (.9 mi) more

    1037 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205 The beautifully restored Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, opened in 1984, was originally the Portland Public Theatre, built in 1928. Visitors are greeted by a 65-foot high "Portland" sign above the Broadway marquee, which contains approximately 6,000 theatrical lights. The Concert Hall plays host to a variety of presentations including classical, jazz, pop, rock, folk and gospel music, dance, theatre, travel films, conferences, and weddings.
  • Portland Center Stage (1.85 mi) more

    Now in its 22nd season, Portland Center Stage {PCS} is the city's leading professional theater company and is one of the 25 largest regional theater companies in the nation. PCS produces a blend of classical, contemporary and premiere works in addition to its annual summer playwrights festival, JAW. In its home at the new Gerding Theatre at the Armory, PCS attracts an annual audience of nearly 100,000 theater-goers of all ages.

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