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For two weekends every October, Portland Open Studios invites visitors to explore the houses and offices of artists across the city.
With convenient shuttle buses, tour services and bike trails, visitors don't need a car to explore the gorge.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This Forest-Grove-based tour features picturesque wineries, an authentic sake brewery and a lively lodge.
A 50-mile drive through Washington County, this road caroms from historic site to scenic vista.
The 4T trail is a self-guided tour that lets you explore the city — and see some of the best views — without a car.
Under a lattice of white twinkle lights, outdoor revelers enjoy cocktails, dinner and doughnuts in a block that's closed to cars year-round.