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Mid-century furnishings, antique hardware, kitchsy collectibles and vintage lighting and furniture all await at Portland's carefully curated antique shops.
From vintage wax to new European imports, those rare releases you’ve been searching for are surely waiting at one of these rockin’ local record stores.
From the world's oldest (fake) museum to the only gallery focused on vintage vacuum cleaners, these attractions keep Portland weird.
The walkable retail stretches of historic Sellwood-Moreland evoke a bygone era, and have enough surprises to turn anyone into a collector.
With galleries, boutiques, design studios and showrooms, the Central Eastside is beginning to rival downtown as Portland's fashion hub.
With Lloyd Center’s 150+ stores, and more shops on Northeast Broadway, the Lloyd District offers a bounty of shopping options close to downtown.
Hawthorne's indie boutiques and homegrown shops peddle plenty of only-in-Portland wares.
Tucked within a dense residential enclave, the shops of Division and Clinton streets offer some of the city's most authentic souvenirs.
With its many boutiques, galleries and indie shops, Alberta Street is made for leisurely shopping strolls.
In Northwest Portland, century-old Victorian and Craftsman-style storefronts housing unique boutiques stand alongside national retailers.