A service of the states of Washington and Oregon
Wonderfully weird Portland, OR. A self-proclaimed "weird" city—and committed to keeping it that way— Portland does things a little differently. And these quirks are what give the city its eclectic charm. Locals are passionate about the arts, the environment, locally sourced foods, microbrews, green spaces, music and bicycle transportation, to name just a few of the things visitors will enjoy during a visit to Portland.
Ticket Agent Available
Quik-Trak ticket machine available on site
Wilf's Restaurant and Piano Bar located in the station
ATM available on site
Checked baggage available during station hours
Parking: short-term and overnight parking available
An award-winning, internationally recognized leader in urban renewal; this neighborhood is often considered the "gold standard" of life, work and play mixed-use space.
A popular Portland stop, Voodoo Donuts serves up unique donuts topped and an unforgettable atmosphere.
A trip to Portland isn't complete with a visit to Powell's, the largest independent new and used bookstore in the world.
Food carts are popping up all over Portland. Not sure where to find these mobile eateries? Ask a local or check out Foodcartsportland.com.
Experience Portland the green and eco-friendly way. This award-winning walk clarifies why Portland is regularly recognized as one of the best places to live. You'll hear about early and modern Portland as your guide shows you an enlightened city rich with artwork, parks, bridges, (free) downtown trains and streetcars, fountains and friendly people.
Experience the excitement of a live NBA game with the Portland Trail Blazers.
Enjoy views of the river and the city in this landmark park.
Catch a Portland Timbers MLS match at their newly renovated home stadium.
Be sure to visit one or all of the unique McMenamins locales, including The Kennedy School, the Bagdad Theater and Pub, the Mission Theater and the St. Johns Theater.
Catch the current exhibits and over 42,000 permanent works of art at the oldest art museum on the West Coast.
Includes a planetarium, omnimax, a submarine tour, laser shows, and lots of hands-on exhibits!
Enjoy a three-hour stroll through Portland's newest culinary hot spot. Sample handmade goodness from tiny boutique eateries, a craft brewery, French-inspired patisserie, and award-winning food carts. Experience gourmet finishing salts from around the world, chocolate confections from local artisans and much more.
Why not stroll through a beautiful rose garden during your visit to the Rose City.
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