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Pioneer Square – Portland’s “Living Room” is our jump off point to Portland’s many attractions. Convenient to all major downtown hotels, light rail, bus and the central shopping district. (You can buy your ticket from our Trolley ticket booth here, corner of SW Broadway & SW Yamhill – 780 SW Broadway – across the street from the front of Nordstrom’s.)
South Park Blocks – Visit one of Portland’s many parks and the heart of Portland’s cultural district including the Performing Arts Center, Oregon Historical Society, and the Portland Art Museum.
Japanese and Rose Test Gardens – Washington Park – The Rose Test Gardens are Portland’s Post Card feature. Be sure to take a stroll through the four different gardens. In the Japanese Garden enjoy the sense of peace, harmony, and tranquility that can come from touring this 5.5 acre garden that includes five distinct garden styles.
Oregon Zoo – Home of “Packy” and the famous elephant herd and many other themed areas. The World Forestry Center Discovery Museum and the Portland Children’s Museum also share this stop.
Hoyt Arbortem – Enjoy the more than 6,000 specimens from around the world that grow here. It is a living laboratory encompassing 189 ridge-top acres, accessible by 12 miles of hiking trails.
NW 23rd Ave. Shopping District – Portland’s street of boutique shops and restaurants are sure to please your shopping instincts.
Pearl District/NW 13th Ave – This unique street where pedestrians and traffic mingle provides a wide variety of dining and shopping options.
Pearl District/Powell’s Books – Browse world famous Powell’s Books which lies in the heart of Portland’s fashionable and fun Pearl District. Also enjoy the numerous shops and restaurants.
Chinese Garden/Oregon Convention Center via MAX – The Lan Su Chinese Garden, a Portland classic, is one of the most authentic steroid injection Chinese gardens to be found anywhere. An oasis in the city. This stop also serves the cytomel side effects Convention Center, Lloyd Center, and area hotels via MAX light rail service.
Old Town / Weekend – Saturday Market – You’ll have direct access to Portland’s famous Saturday Market, Tom McCall Waterfront Park, and Maritime Museum. All three offer a unique Portland experience.
Aerial Tram – This short and inexpensive aerial ride provides outstanding views of greater Portland and Mount Hood. The tram travels between its lower base on the South Waterfront and the Oregon Health Sciences campus. A Portland experience to be remembered.
Caruthers Park – A modern park, Portland style, and a short walk from the Aerial Tram. This is the hub of Portland’s new South Waterfront neighborhood and its growing number of dining options.
Tilikum Crossing / OMSI and the Rail Museum via MAX – This new cable-stayed bridge across the Willamette River provides easy access to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the rail museum via a short walk (.5 mile) or a public transit ride. The walk is great for people watching and a view of the river.
Riverplace- Portland’s own riverfront village with shops, restaurants, the Esplanade, and a marina. Promenade with the locals.
Call 503-241-7373 for information.