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Oregon : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Librairie
“Whether you are an avid reader or just enjoy browsing titles, Powells City of Books is a must see. "...the largest used and new bookstore in the world, occupying an entire city block and housing approximately on million books." powells.com”
533 habitants locaux recommandent
Waterfall
“Just a 30-minute drive, or take a shuttle tour from downtown, Multnomah Falls is iconic and beautiful. There's no special view from up top, so don't bother hiking beyond the bridge, save your energy for other small waterfall hikes along the same old Hwy 30 route. ”
289 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“At 5,200 acres, this is the largest park within any U.S. city. It gets very popular in summer, especially on week- ends, so if you want to check it out be prepared to embrace the crowds. See Witch's Castle under Hikes. ”
573 habitants locaux recommandent
Jardin
“Visiting the Portland Rose Garden and Japanese Garden (right next to each other) for a fabulous experience in world class gardens!”
376 habitants locaux recommandent
Musée d'art
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“Portland Art Museum has a fine standing collection and lots of fresh, relevant rotating exhibits. You can also enjoy a wide variety of independent and foreign films at the Whitsell Auditorium, part of the NW Film Center. The gift shop is wonderful with lots of gifts for both adults and children that will satisfy both curiosity and the discerning eye. Pay special attention to the major exhibits, they are well worth the price of admission!”
298 habitants locaux recommandent
National Park
“Oregon's ONLY National Park is known for its amazingly clear and blue water...its also the deepest lake in the US.”
110 habitants locaux recommandent
Lodging
“If you've seen the movie "The Shining," you know what the exterior of this famous landmark located on the top of Mt. Hood looks like. The filmmakers used it for all of the exterior shots. This is the #1 tourist attraction in Oregon and totally worth the 65 mile, 90 minute drive to see. If you ski or snowboard, go in the winter and make a day of it.”
140 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“One of Oregon's top state park destinations just 30 minutes from the guest apartment. ”
108 habitants locaux recommandent
Science Museum
“I could spend a whole day at OMSI, easy. Between the Exhibits, the Planetarium and IMAX theater, the submarine tours, and the excellent waterfront location and café, this is one of my favorite stops in Portland. The view from the East Bank across the river to Portland downtown is one of the best, and it is fun to walk the East Bank Riverwalk. You can make a nice riverfront loop by crossing one of the bridges, going down the West Bank waterfront, then coming back across a different bridge to rejoin the East Bank Riverwalk. There are also the Hawthorne docks where you can get down to the river. OMSI is great for grownups and kids alike. Take a look at their listings for special events, like the Maker's Faire, and adult only "after dark" evening programs where you get to mix science and some of your favorite adult beverages often catered by local craft brewers, vintners and distilleries. Seeing a movie in the IMAX theater is an amazing experience. Great in summer or on those long rainy winter days!”
275 habitants locaux recommandent
Museum
“A sandstone home of two of Portland’s iconic pioneers with breathtaking views. Join a guided tour of the inside of the mansion or just enjoy the 46 acres of lush grounds around the property. ”
302 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant thaïlandais
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“A Portland Classic. For an insiders tip, put your name on the list and get a starter cocktail at Whiskey Soda Lounge. Walking distance from the studio apartment. ”
359 habitants locaux recommandent
Bar
“An old elementary school turned restaurant/bar/theater/hotel? What’s not to be intrigued about? Bring $5, a bathing suit, and a towel and you can even pop in the soaking pool for a swim, beer (or wine) in hand! If you aren’t familiar with the McMenamjn brothers, they have over 60 locations in the NW - most of which are quirky, unique spots similar to this. Good beer, cheap 2nd run movies, and a cool atmosphere are a plus, the wait for service can be kind of a drag from time to time, though.”
365 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“You will not regret traveling to Smith Rock! Choose from easy flat hikes around the base, or test your perseverance on the aptly named Misery Ridge hike. You can almost always watch rock climbers test there skills too. Something for everyone! The scenery is jaw-dropping!”
166 habitants locaux recommandent
Théâtre
“https://www.osfashland.org/ The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is a regional repertory theatre group in Ashland, Oregon, United States, founded in 1935 by Angus Bowmer. From March through October each year, the Festival offers 750 to 850 matinee and evening performances in three theatres to a total annual audience of about 400,000. There are a total of three theaters - two indoor and one outdoor - several plays to choose from at any given time.”
94 habitants locaux recommandent
Waterfall
“A great day trip to the Columbia Gorge with a stunning and much photograhed waterfall and historic lodge”
84 habitants locaux recommandent
Zoo
“Community supported since 1888, Oregon Zoo provides exceptional experiences to more than 1.5 million visitors a year to inspire them to create a better future for wildlife. From education programs to on-the-ground conservation efforts, the zoo is working to save species regionally and worldwide. The Oregon Zoo is community-funded through visitor admissions, public funds from Metro (a Portland-area regional government) and charitable donations to the Oregon Zoo Foundation. The 64-acre Oregon Zoo is located in Portland, a city and surrounding metropolitan area of more than 1.5 million people”
181 habitants locaux recommandent