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When Portland's weather prevents kids from running around outside, families can choose from dozens of awesome indoor activities.
There’s plenty to eat, drink, see and do in the Rose City — all without overspending. Enjoy Portland on a budget and make the most of your time (and dime).
Choose from private suites, pop-up events, tiki drinks and Chinese food as you select your ideal Portland karaoke venue from among the city’s top spots.
Think you've seen all of Portland? Not so fast! We've found the next batch of Portland’s top sights, including vintage parks, extinct volcanoes and eateries.
A modern food hall in Portland's Old Town features new ventures from established local and international chefs, creating a kind of permanent food festival.
Every May, thousands of visitors flock to the city’s famous UFO Festival, featuring four days of parades, costume contests, expert speakers and family fun.
In Southeast Portland’s Sellwood neighborhood, Oaks Amusement Park has been providing families with carnival thrills and family fun since 1905.
This serene woodland sanctuary in Northeast Portland features 62 acres of botanical gardens.
Portland’s creative “maker” spirit fosters a spectacular fashion scene, and the city’s unique style is showcased at these can’t-miss fashion events.
The Cultural Crossing Expansion, underway from fall 2015 – spring 2017, is the first upgrade at the Portland Japanese Garden since it opened in 1963.