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This destination sits 45 miles away from Salem, the state capital, and 13 miles away from Damascus.
Every family member will enjoy a visit to the Hollywood Theater and the Children's Museum. If you're hunting for even more excitement, Oaks Amusement Park and North Clackamas Aquatic Park are a couple of other possibilities.
The oceans are brimming with all kinds of wonderful marine species. At Portland Aquarium, you have the chance to examine some of these weird and wonderful creatures from the comfort of dry land.
Witness the wonder and amazement in the kids’ eyes as they meet the incredible animals at the Oregon Zoo. The Hart's Reptile World also offers a fun and educational experience.
If you think man and beer were meant to be, don't miss a visit to the Uptown Market. The brewers' commitment to this heavenly, golden drop can be sampled in every sip.
You're going to want to keep your eyes wide open as the racers whiz around the track at the World of Speed. All it takes is one blink and these speeds and you're going to miss it!
Can you distinguish your cabernet sauvignon from your merlot? No matter if you’re an expert or a novice who simply fancies a delicious drop, you'll learn something new at the Oak Knoll Winery and the Cooper Mountain Vineyards. For an even deeper look into the winemaking process, you can also tour the Domaine Drouhin Oregon and the Rogue Distillery and Public House.
The Casino at Kah-Nee-Ta Desert Resort is the place to go for high-stakes gaming and an electric atmosphere. Place a bet or two, have a drink and take in the pulsing atmosphere.
This area takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a range of places where you can go and look at botanic specimens from both regional and international environments. A stroll around the landscaped gardens at the International Rose Test Garden and the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden is not to be missed. If you just can't get enough, the displays at the Peninsula Park Rose Garden and the Leach Botanical Garden are also rather nice.
From a friendly game of football to simply lying back in the grass, there are lots of reasons to visit a green oasis like the Portland Japanese Garden or Pioneer Courthouse Square. Alternatively, spend the day outdoors at Tom McCall Waterfront Park or Mount St. Helens.
No matter if you want to know the best restaurant or where to go after dark, you'll find the information you're looking for at End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center or Hillside Park Community Center. Sellwood Community Center and Portland Temple Visitors' Center are two more excellent places to get the scoop on what to see and do around town.
Make an adventure out of discovering Portland's sparkling waterfalls and let the sound of flowing water wash your worries away. The names you'll want to make note of are Oneonta Gorge, Willamette Falls and Latourell Falls.
Clackamas River and Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area truly appeal to the senses. Not only for the calming atmosphere and scenic outlooks that accompany freshwater lakes, but for the vitality of the waterbirds that flock there, too. If you're on a mission to tick off every natural waterway around here, Clackamas River is one more to add to your itinerary.
Few things are as pleasurable as a relaxing stroll along the shoreline and collecting the occasional seashell. Cannon Beach is the place to head when you need a bit of seaside therapy.
If you want to recharge your batteries, you'll discover heaps of nature parks and reserves to explore. Begin with a breath of fresh air among the plants and animals at Hoyt Arboretum or World Forestry Center. For those who haven't quite had their fill, Cook Park and Molalla River State Park are two more worth experiencing.
If you want to expand your mind or even just find shelter from a wet-weather day, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the Portland Art Museum should be on your itinerary. Ask about guided tours or study the eye-opening displays at your own pace. Museum buffs also need to go to the Art Institute of Portland and the Museum of Contemporary Craft.
From the design of ships to the instruments found onboard, the nautical displays at the Oregon Maritime Museum and the Oregon Maritime Center and Museum will entice anyone with an interest in Portland's seafaring history.
The marvellous world of science never ceases to impress. Increase your knowledge on the latest in advances and achievements at Mt Hood Community College Planetarium and Haggart Observatory. For even more mind-blowing exhibitions, add C & K's Flower Garden and Out in the Garden Nursery to your journey of discovery.
Deepen your understanding of the natural world with a visit to the World Forestry Discovery Museum. With so much information to digest and so many intriguing objects and specimens to take a look at, you might want to spend a whole day there!
In a place that is filled with impressive art exhibitions, the Attic Gallery and the Elizabeth Leach Gallery somehow manage to stand out from the bunch. The Blackfish Gallery and the Faux Museum should also be on your radar.
Travel back through time and learn about the events and characters that have contributed to this region at the Oregon Historical Society Museum and the Oregon Jewish Museum. For some more insight into the past, also stop by the Museum of the Oregon Territory and the Wells Fargo History Museum.
Want to look around some historically significant attractions? A few hours at the Portlandia or Pittock Mansion will help you understand Portland's days of old. Portland City Hall and Portland Building are also worth checking out.
Sellwood Bridge and Hawthorne Bridge have stood watch over the waterways of Portland for what feels like an age, so the least you can do in return is pay them a brief visit. Burnside Bridge and Steel Bridge have also been patiently awaiting you since the days of yore.
No matter your beliefs, Grotto and St. James Lutheran Church are great places to nurture your spiritual side. Want to take a deeper look into Portland's religious identity? Continue on to Old Church and First Immanuel Lutheran Church.
When you're exploring new corners of the world, keep in mind that it's sometimes the less flashy attractions that you'll most fondly recall after you get home. Two places which fall into that category in Portland are the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and the Live Laugh Love Glass. Or, visit, Morrison Bridge and Lovejoy Fountain.