tours

Portland Open Studios

For two weekends every October, Portland Open Studios invites visitors to explore the houses and offices of artists across the city.

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Car-free trips to the Columbia River Gorge

With convenient shuttle buses, tour services and bike trails, visitors don't need a car to explore the gorge.

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Portland’s Shanghai Tunnels

In the late 1850s, a lonely logger might get more than he bargained for at his local tavern. See Portland's historic underbelly on a Shanghai Tunnel tour.

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Farm loops near Portland

Only 15–45 minutes from Portland, three self-guided tours let you choose your own farm-to-table adventure amid bucolic gardens, ranches and vineyards.

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Haunted Portland

Portland is rife with spooky lore and tales of things that go bump in the night; find them with these mysterious spots and spirited walking tours.

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Running in Portland

The city’s passion for recreational running and ample resources make it easy for visitors to join the community and break a sweat in the name of sightseeing.

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North Willamette Valley winery tour

This Forest-Grove-based tour features picturesque wineries, an authentic sake brewery and a lively lodge.

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Vineyard and Valley Scenic Tour Route

A 50-mile drive through Washington County, this road caroms from historic site to scenic vista.

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4T Trail

The 4T trail is a self-guided tour that lets you explore the city — and see some of the best views — without a car.

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Old Town’s Ankeny Alley

Under a lattice of white twinkle lights, outdoor revelers enjoy cocktails, dinner and doughnuts in a block that's closed to cars year-round.

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