Fall in Love with Portland

Crisp air, blue skies, crunchy leaves underfoot and seasonal activities galore make autumn the perfect time to visit Portland.

Portland Soup Spots

Warm up with a belly full of the city’s best soups, from pozole to hot pot.

Where to Find Fall Color

Autumn is peak season to enjoy a stroll in these six leafy wonders.

This Week in Portland

Check out our editors’ top event picks for this week.

Around the World in 82 Dishes
Oct. 11–27, 2019

Around the World in 82 Dishes

Various Restaurants Free

Presented by the 82nd Avenue of Roses Business Association. Join up for an international food tour o…

Cultural Communities, Food & Drink
Editor's Pick
Kenton Portland Farmers Market
Oct. 23–Nov. 27, 2019

Kenton Portland Farmers Market

North Portland Free

The Kenton Farmers Market is located in the heart of the historic Kenton neighborhood in North Portl…

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Food & Drink, Shopping
Editor's Pick
 Y La Bamba with Brown Calculus and Noche Libre
Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019

Y La Bamba with Brown Calculus and Noche Libre

Doug Fir Restaurant, Bar & Lounge $16-$20

Celebrate night one of Y La Bamba’s fifth record release. Featuring performances by Brown Calculus a…

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Music, Nightlife
Editor's Pick
Portland Mac 'n' Cheese Festival
Oct. 25–27, 2019

Portland Mac 'n' Cheese Festival

Castaway Portland Varies

Mac ‘n’ cheese, the versatile and unapologetically cheesy side dish, is being celebrated as the main…

Editor's Pick
Festival, Food & Drink

Upcoming & Ongoing Events

Visiting soon? Here are events we’re looking forward to!

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Family Fun in Portland

Kids of all ages (including kids at heart) enjoy Portland's attractions, activities and eats in and near the city.

Discover Portland’s Neighborhoods

You haven’t truly been to Portland until you’ve visited our diverse neighborhoods.

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Explore the Outdoors

With parks and gardens, hiking, running, biking, nature and wildlife all easily accessible, Portland is ripe for outdoor adventure.

Culture in Portland

From arts to craft beer, makers to food carts, Portland overflows with cultural offerings.

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Top Sights in Portland

Portland’s fun and unexpected attractions range from gardens and museums to (tax-free) retailers of coffee, doughnuts and books.

Cultural Communities

African American Community

Connect with the African American community at these businesses, cultural centers, clubs, restaurants and more.

Hispanic American Community

Visit a Catholic monument, Latino eateries and arts groups and institutions to connect with the local Hispanic American community.

Native American Community

Learn about Oregon's Native American culture and history through these collections and institutions.

5 To Try

Food Cart Pods

Portland is famous for its dozens of food cart pods; here are some of our favorites.

  • Cartopia Food Cart Pod

    The Cartopia pod is home to a wide variety of food carts and a covered, heated seating area. Most carts are lively late into the night, staying open until midnight Tuesday to Thursday and even later on the weekends.

  • Portland Mercado

    This public market features more than a dozen businesses offering various Latin American foods and products.

  • Cartlandia Food Cart Pod

    This Southeast Portland “super pod” is home to a full-service bar, a family- and dog-friendly outdoor beer garden and over 30 carts representing 15 different countries (including a Voodoo Doughnut mobile van and three carts serving lobster).

  • Portland State University Food Cart Pod

    Located on the south end of the Portland State University campus, this food cart pod offers cuisine from around the world. For seating, head to the shady, tree-lined South Park Blocks nearby.

  • Fifth Avenue Food Cart Pod

    This eclectic collection of eateries in downtown Portland is a local favorite for weekday lunch.

Around Portland

Discover the many scenic destinations within two hours of Portland.

Columbia River Gorge

Starting just 30 miles east of Portland, the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area offers amazing vistas, trails and more than 90 waterfalls.

Mount Hood

Mount Hood offers scenic recreation ranging from camping, hiking and fishing to nearly year-round skiing.

Oregon Coast

From the fishing city of Astoria to the tide pools of Yachats, the Oregon Coast is a rugged, unspoiled treasure that begins 90 minutes from Portland.

Plan Your Trip

Use these resources to guide your trip to the Rose City.