Explore Portland with a few of our favorite things to do – all conveniently accessible by BIKETOWN.
PORTLAND SATURDAY MARKET
This open-air marketplace features 250+ booths of handmade goods sold by local Pacific Northwest artisans.
PORTLAND ART MUSEUM
This internationally-recognized museum is the oldest in the Pacific Northwest, housing more than 42,000 works of art from ancient times through modern day.
Voodoo Doughnut is an independent shop known for delicious and creative doughnuts, with toppings ranging from bacon to bubble gum.
POWELL’S CITY OF BOOKS
Powell’s City of Books is the largest new and used bookstore in the world, with a million books in a multi-story building stretching an entire city block.
LAN SU CHINESE GARDENS
One of the most authentic gardens outside of China, Lan Su transports visitors to a world rich with 2,000-year-old Chinese tradition.
OREGON MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY (OMSI)
Boasting world-class exhibits, a planetarium, the largest theatre screen in the state, and submarine tours, OMSI truly has something for everyone.
PORTLAND AERIAL TRAM
The Portland Aerial Tram reaches 500 feet in 14 minutes and provides unbeatable 360 views of Portland.
LONE FIR CEMETERY
Located in Southeast Portland, Lone Fir Cemetery’s 30+ acres are filled with local history and also contain the city’s second-largest arboretum.
SALMON STREET SPRINGS FOUNTAIN
No visit to Portland is complete without a splash in Portland’s most iconic outdoor water fountain.
PORTLAND FARMERS MARKET (PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY)
Sample the best of what the Pacific Northwest has to offer by visiting the Portland Farmer’s Market, where you can buy produce and handcrafted goods.
Get to the heart of Portland’s soccer obsession by visiting Providence Park — home of the Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns FC soccer teams.