Today, Portland’s original downtown is a bustling entertainment district and streetwear shopping hub, and is home to Portland’s famous Saturday Market, Chinatown Museum and Lan Su Chinese Garden. Read on for our favorite things to do and see in Portland’s historic Old Town Chinatown.
Lan Su Chinese Garden
An authentic Ming Dynasty style garden built by Suzhou artisans, Lan Su Chinese Garden offers a peaceful escape in Portland's historic Chinatown district.
Since 2003, Portland's Voodoo Doughnut has sold millions of wacky, sugary snacks — and the 24-hour Old Town landmark still attracts lines all hours of the day.
Portland’s Shanghai Tunnels
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.
Pine Street Market
A modern food hall in Portland's Old Town features both local favorites and new ventures from international chefs, creating a kind of permanent food festival.
Portland Saturday Market
Open every Saturday and Sunday from March–December, Portland Saturday Market is the largest arts-and-crafts fair in the U.S.
Portland's oldest neighborhood is home to historic restaurants, contemporary eateries and one of the world's most famous doughnut shops.
If you're looking to load up on made-in-Portland souvenirs, unusual artwork and Northwest heritage home goods, look no further than Old Town Chinatown.
The area where Portland started is just as vital today, housing some of the city's most beloved attractions, nightlife options and art galleries.
Casual collectors and seasoned sneakerheads can dive into the Portland sneakerhead scene at these Old Town Chinatown shops and businesses.
Sneaker Week offers fun events for sneaker addicts and footwear newbies alike.
Portland is the athletic gear capital of America. Here's where to shop for the best designed-in-Portland shoes and sportswear.