Guided Walking Tour of Downtown Portland, Oregon

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Explore downtown Portland, and learn the about the history and culture of one of this country's most talked about cities. During the approximately 1.5 mile walk you will experience famous historical sites, vibrant public squares, hilarious trivia, hidden artwork, innovative parks, magical city-planning concepts, the tiniest park in America, and more. Portland dates back to the pioneer days, and we will share how it evolved from a forest, to "stumptown," to the vibrant city it has become. Each tour will vary, depending on the guide. We will talk about the concept of "livability" as it applies to city planning. We will introduce you to ways in which Portland has ranked high on livability standards, with the concept of "open vistas," robust public transportation, public access, and public art. We will witness the symbiotic relationship Portland architecture has between buildings and with the natural surroundings.

What's Included
  1. Experienced local guide
  1. Gratuities
Meeting And Pickup

Meeting point

Your tour guide will meet you at "the milepost sign" (see our picture) on the east side of Pioneer Courthouse Square, directly across the street from the Pioneer Courthouse building.

Start time

Confirm time with the local provider in advance of your
7/16/2020 - 6/21/2024
Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM

End Point

Queen Victoria Statue
30/A, Nrupathunga Rd, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India
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What To Expect
Rebecca at the Well Shemanski Fountain

We will begin our tour across the street from this historic building (the oldest federal building in the Pacific Northwest!) and proceed to walk around downtown Portland.

Portland'5 Centers for the Arts

Pioneer Courthouse Square is rich with history. It is currently a public space occupying a full 40,000-square-foot city block in the center of downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Twelve blocks in length, it forms the Portland Cultural District and the greenspace at the center of Portland State University. Public artworks abound, as well as elm, oak, and maple trees.

Hawthorne Bridge

An ornate fountain and sculpture in the South Park Blocks of downtown Portland, Oregon.

Salmon Street Springs

The Oregon Historical Society was created in 1898 and receives about 44,000 visitors annually. There is a large two-part mural on this nine-story building called Oregon History, painted by Richard Haas.

Morrison Bridge

The oldest art museum in the Pacific Northwest, museum was designed by Pietro Belluschi. It is renown for its simple but effective design and use of materials.

Pioneer Courthouse

When open, this is our restroom stop. It's a beautiful modern theater building, with public art in the lobby and the impressive "spectral light dome" ceiling.

South Park Blocks

Whimsical sculptures in downtown Portland

The Portland Building

You either love it or loathe it. The distinctive post-modern Portland Building was designed by Michael Graves.

Animals in Pools

It's the largest hammered copper statue in the United States, second to lady Liberty.

Pioneer Courthouse Square

The tiniest park in America! Often decorated by citizens with tiny animals. You never know what you might see there!

Mill Ends Park

Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park is a 36.59-acre park located in downtown Portland, Oregon, along the Willamette River. It is named after the man who removed a 4 lane freeway to put in a public park, so people could access the waterfront again.

Portland Art Museum

A vibrant, outdoor fountain, running seasonally

Oregon Historical Society

View the oldest truss bridge in operation in America from your final destination


One of the most heavily used bridges in Portland, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. It can be viewed from your final destination on this tour.

Additional Info
  1. Wheelchair accessible
  2. Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  3. Service animals allowed
  4. Public transportation options are available nearby
  5. Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  6. Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.

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