Know Before You Go
To slow the spread of the highly transmissible Delta variant, effective Aug. 27, a statewide mask mandate is in place. Oregonians and visitors ages 5 and up are required to wear face coverings in all public indoor settings, as well as crowded outdoor public spaces where physical distancing is not possible, regardless of vaccination status.
Some Oregon businesses are starting to require proof of vaccination and/or a recent negative COVID test as well. Please check with individual businesses on their policies before visiting, and continue to be patient, flexible and kind, especially if asked to mask up or share your vaccination status. These measures are in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Travel Portland is maintaining this list of major attractions and their opening statuses. We update this page regularly, but it’s still a good idea to check with individual attractions before you visit.
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The museum’s ground floor exhibitions and museum shop are open for visitors with timed tickets. Visitors need to wear a mask and observe social distancing.
Popular family destination OMSI is open on a limited basis, welcoming visitors to the current exhibit on dinosaurs, the Natural Science Hall, Kendall Planetarium and USS Blueback Submarine tours. Face coverings and timed tickets are required.
The Oregon Historical Society is open on a limited basis, welcoming visitors from noon–5 p.m. Wednesday–Sunday. Masks are required for all visitors over the age of 5.
The museum is open with advance ticket reservations strongly encouraged. Masks and face coverings are required.
Historic Pittock Mansion is open and timed tickets can be purchased in advance online. Masks are required inside the building.
Masks are required for all visitors to the garden aged 5 and older. Tickets may be purchased in advance or on-site.
The Portland Japanese Garden is open with timed entry and other safety measures in place. Masks are required for all visitors aged 5 and older, regardless of vaccination status.
All areas of the Oregon Zoo are open. Masks are required in indoor spaces and in all outdoor areas where six feet of distance from other people cannot be maintained. Online advance-purchase tickets are highly recommended.
Oaks Amusement Park has reopened its rides, mini golf, midway games and roller skating on a limited-capacity basis. Online advance-purchase tickets are highly recommended to guarantee entry, and masks are required for everyone 5 and older.
This outdoor market has resumed for Saturdays only for its 48th season. Market vendors and staff are required to wear face coverings, booths are socially distanced and hand sanitizer is readily available.
The Grotto grounds, gardens and gift shop are all currently open.
Hours of operation are limited and some rooms remain closed. Customers have access to select new arrivals, bestsellers, used books, small press, gift items and the literature section in full.
Portland's acclaimed International Rose Test Garden has remained open throughout the pandemic.
All five Portland Farmers Market locations (PSU, Lents, King, Kenton and Shemanski Park) are open, with special safety procedures in place.
While Washington Park is open, individual attractions have their own plans for reopening.
Check hours of operation before visiting. Face coverings are required for all people 5 years of age and older. Group sizes are limited and distancing between households is encouraged.
Find the latest answers to common questions about when Portland is reopening and what travel restrictions are in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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