Clear. 0% chance of precipitation.
We’ve collected Portland's most Instagrammable spots to ensure you capture PDX from its best angle.
Portland infuses independent spirit into everything, even its restaurant chains, offering locally grown counterparts to many favorite national brands.
Since 2003, Portland's Voodoo Doughnut has sold millions of wacky, sugary snacks — and with lines forming all hours of the day, the downtown landmark shows no signs of slowing.
Join locals in their love for the quirky, gone-but-not-forgotten PDX carpet at Portland International Airport (PDX).
Hungry travelers can now start noshing on Portland’s famous street food before even leaving Portland International Airport.
From the world's oldest (fake) museum to the only gallery focused on vintage vacuum cleaners, these attractions keep Portland weird.
Portland comes by its eclectic reputation honestly. From quirky to downright bizarre, here are some of our favorite "Keep Portland Weird" events.
In August 2014, Portland’s iconic Powell’s City of Books unveiled a sleek new storefront filled with more sunlight, more space and, of course, more books.
The city's biggest festival features multiple parades, a waterfront carnival, concerts, dragon boat races, fireworks, and, naturally, lots and lots of roses.
In 1845, a native of Portland, Maine, won a coin-toss to name the new Oregon city — but the place has been an original ever since.