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  • 9.5

    Washington Park

    Park 2368 W Burnside St Portland, OR

    People also say (36 tips):

    • Paulina P.
      Paulina Proa: "It includes a zoo, forestry museum, arboretum, children's museum, rose garden, Japanese garden, soccer field, picnic areas, playgrounds, public art and many acres of wild forest with miles of trails."
  • 9.3

    Hollywood Theatre

    Indie Movie Theater 4122 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR

    People also say (48 tips):

    • The Wall Street Journal
      The Wall Street Journal: "This 1,500-seat Art Deco palace has a marquee that rises above the neighborhood like a beacon. The nonprofit Film Action Oregon runs it, showing independent films and teaching kids to make movies."
  • 9.3

    Little t American Baker

    Bakery 2600 SE Division St Portland, OR

    People also say (29 tips):

    • Neel H.
      Neel Hajare: "Great croissants! If they’re not busy you can order and pay over the phone and they’ll bring it out to you, but that’s not their default and they’re often busy in the mornings"
  • 9.2

    Bible Club

    Speakeasy 6716 SE 16th Ave Portland, OR

    People also say (9 tips):

    • Anne P.
      Anne Paulsen: "The drinks were all really tasty! I recommend getting there early as it was pretty busy really fast. Look for the green light upstairs to find it, cause it looks like a regular house from the street!"
  • 9.4

    Powell's City of Books

    Bookstore 1005 W Burnside St Portland, OR

    People also say (469 tips):

    • Roy B.
      Roy Britton: "Great place. Get lost, I mean it. If you love books there isn't a better place on earth. Wall to wall, floor to floor, section to subsection. Get lost inside, you'll be happy you did."
  • 9.3

    Salt & Straw

    Ice Cream Shop 838 NW 23rd Ave Portland, OR

    People also say (281 tips):

    • Josh B.
      Josh Baker: "Great portion sizes, for a great price. Best of all, incredibly good ice cream. I can't have lactose and their lactose free options were literally the best ice cream I've ever had."

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  • 9.3

    Laurelhurst Park

    Park Laurelhurst Park Portland, OR

    People also say (42 tips):

    • Darkest Hour A.
      Darkest Hour Apparel: "Love this park so much. A perfect location for relaxing and taking in all the greenery, beautiful trees and loads of flowers. Summertime this park is very busy. Highly recommend."
    • Carl F.
      Carl Figueiredo: "One of Portland's crown jewels. Beautiful public space with mature trees and natural settings. Places like this make Portland what it is."
  • 9.3

    Hoyt Arboretum

    Park 4000 SW Fairview Blvd Portland, OR

    People also say (16 tips):

    • Francene G.
      Francene Grewe: "At Hoyt Arboretum every tree has a story to tell. Founded in 1928 to conserve endangered species and educate the community, Hoyt encompasses 187 ridge-top acres accessible by trails covering 12 miles."
    • C D.
      C Delo: "Gorgeous, and remarkably peaceful for being so close to downtown. That said, it took my husband and I a while to acclimate to the signage in this park-- it isn't always immediately clear."
  • 9.3

    Peninsula Park / Rose Garden

    Playground N Albina and Ainsworth Portland, OR

    People also say (23 tips):

    • David M.
      David Molina: "An amazingly beautiful treasure of a park/rose garden/and fountain area. Cloudy or sunny nice place to take family for a stroll to admire this gem."
    • Quonji
      Quonji: "Amazingly fragrant and well kept rare gem of a park."

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