Know Before You Go
Historic Pittock Mansion is open and timed tickets can be purchased in advance online. For more information visit the Pittock Mansion website.
High in the West Hills above Northwest Portland, the historic turn-of-the-century Pittock Mansion offers picture-perfect views of the city and its surroundings, as well as insights into Portland history.
The mansion is characterized by its impressive architecture and 23 art- and antique-filled rooms, where you can learn about the fascinating success story of early Portland moguls Henry and Georgiana Pittock, instrumental in the city’s development.
Henry and Georgiana arrived in Oregon separately in the mid-1800s and, over the next 60 years, dedicated themselves to hard work, community service and pride in their home. In 1860, Henry Pittock took over the city’s newspaper, which eventually became The Oregonian that Portlanders read today, and built a business empire in industries as diverse as real estate, banking, railroads, ranching, mining and pulp and paper.
Questions About Visiting Pittock Mansion
How do I get to Pittock Mansion?
You can also get to Pittock Mansion using public transportation. Take TriMet bus 20 (Burnside/Stark to Beaverton TC) to the W Burnside and NW Barnes Rd. stop. Walk half a mile uphill following the Pittock Mansion signs.
Is parking available?
Parking is $2 per hour up to an $8 daily maximum.
Do I need to reserve tickets in advance?
How much does it cost to tour Pittock Mansion?
Seniors (65+): $10
Youth (ages 6–18): $8
Children (under 6): FREE
Details are subject to change; please check the Pittock Mansion website for current information.
The mansion hosts rotating historical exhibits showcasing art, artifacts, photographs and more that inform visitors about period life in Portland, Oregon, and the U.S. Every holiday season, the mansion is decked with Christmas trees and features a spectacular exhibit, like 2020’s “Critters Make Merry.” Learn about current exhibitions and upcoming events at Pittock Mansion.
Pittock Mansion is currently open Thursday through Monday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. From June through Labor Day, the mansion is open an extra hour each day, until 5 p.m. Pittock Mansion is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day, and the entire month of January.
Days and hours of operation are subject to change; please check the Pittock Mansion website for current information.
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