Cheap things to do in Portland for history buffs

To truly get to know Portland, it’s good to start with its historical roots. Here’s how to explore the Rose City’s rich history — without busting your budget.

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Portland Sunday Parkways

Every summer, Portland’s Sunday Parkways events invite cyclists of all ages and experience levels to pedal safely through the streets of five Portland neighborhoods.

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Festival of Balloons

More than a dozen brightly colored hot-air balloons take to the sky for Tigard’s Festival of Balloons every June.

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Cheap things to do in Portland for weekend adventurers

Bring your walking shoes, water bottle and day-pack for an affordable urban adventure that highlights several things locals love about Portland.

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Seven great African restaurants in Portland

From a 30-year-old Moroccan restaurant to up-and-coming West African eateries, these African restaurants serve up some of Portland’s most flavorful dishes.

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Tryon Creek State Natural Area

Set in a deep, forested ravine just a few miles south of downtown Portland is Tryon Creek State Natural Area, Oregon’s only state park within a major city.

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The best arcades in Portland

Portland offers a wide range of arcades, from family-friendly game rooms to dive bars and adults-only bar arcades.

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Biketown Culture Collection celebrates Portland’s diversity

Portland’s bike-share program, Biketown, releases special-edition bikes and more for its year-long Culture Collection initiative.

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Chef Carlo Lamagna brings Filipino food to the forefront in Portland

At his eponymous Southeast Portland restaurant, Magna (opening in spring 2019), chef Carlo Lamagna brings Filipino food to the forefront.

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Portland’s Bison Coffeehouse celebrates Indigenous culture

Meet Loretta Guzman, owner of Bison Coffeehouse in Northeast Portland, the city’s only Native-owned coffee shop.

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