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Wieden + Kennedy      
Headquarters of the global ad agency that invented "Just Do It."
Landmarks   
224 NW 13th Ave • 503-937-7000
0.06 mi
People's Bike Library of Portland      
You can't actually check out the bikes--it's a sculpture.
Landmarks   
W Burnside St & SW 13th Ave
0.24 mi
Portland Center Stage      
Their theater looks like a castle! Drama nerds rejoice!
Landmarks   
128 NW 11th Ave • 503-445-3700
0.27 mi
First Regiment Armory Annex      
Built for the National Guard, now a castle-shaped theater.
Landmarks   
128 NW 11th Ave
0.27 mi
Jake's Famous Crawfish      
Since 1892, a fresh fish sheet as long as your arm.
Landmarks   
401 SW 12th Ave • 503-226-1419
0.29 mi
Weinhard Brewery Complex      
Once, downtown Portland smelled of hops. Alas, those days are gone.
Landmarks   
W Burnside St & NW 11th Ave
0.33 mi
Lovejoy Columns      
The coolest graffiti-turned-posh-loft-art in town.
Landmarks   
NW Everett St & NW 10th Ave
0.34 mi
Powell's City of Books      
Non-negotiable for locals and visitors alike; you must go.
Landmarks   
1005 W Burnside St • 503-228-4651
0.38 mi
Pod      
Interactive statue, giant metal sperm.
Landmarks   
W Burnside St & SW 10th Ave
0.42 mi
Fremont Bridge Bike Rack      
Go ahead, walk on it! Pretend you're Godzilla, it's okay!
Landmarks   
NW Irving St & NW 10th Ave
0.46 mi
Jamison Square      
Proud home of Portland's cartoon totem poles.
Landmarks   
810 NW 11th Ave
0.51 mi
Da Tung and Xi'an Bao Bao      
Chinese elephants you'll be tempted to climb on.
Landmarks   
NW Everett St & NW Park Ave
0.56 mi
3D Teapot Fountain      
A fountain cleverly disguised as a mural. Has bubbles.
Landmarks   
SW Yamhill St & SW 15th Ave
0.61 mi
North Park Blocks      
The South Park Blocks' dingier little brother.
Landmarks   
W Burnside St & NW Park Ave
0.63 mi
US Customhouse      
It's "Italian mannerist" architecture. I.E., it looks neat.
Landmarks   
220 NW 8th Ave
0.69 mi
Temple Beth Israel      
NW Portland's impressively domed synagogue.
Landmarks   
1931 NW Flanders St
0.74 mi
Southpark      
Look up. It's a fish. Swimming through a building. Woo!
Landmarks   
901 SW Salmon St • 503-326-1300
0.81 mi
Couch City Park      
Pleasant park pronounced "cooch." Non-natives often say it wrong.
Landmarks   
NW Glisan St & NW 19th Ave
0.82 mi
Pioneer Courthouse Square      
Portland's living room. Sit down a bit. Unless it's raining.
Landmarks   
SW 6th Ave
0.87 mi
PGE Park      
Call it "Civic Stadium" and you'll pass as a local
Landmarks   
1844 SW Morrison St • 503-553-1605
0.91 mi
Portland Union Station      
Pretty marble floors, very nice clocktower. Also, it has trains.
Landmarks   
800 NW 6th Ave • 503-273-4866
0.92 mi
3D Center of Art & Photography        
Explore contemporary and antique 3D technology.
Landmarks   
1928 NW Lovejoy St • 503-227-6667
0.94 mi
South Park Blocks      
Twelve blocks of greenery in the heart of the city.
Landmarks   
SW Park Ave
0.96 mi
US Bancorp Tower      
Clocking in at 536 feet, Big Pink's 30th floor houses Portland City Grill.
Landmarks   
111 SW 5th Ave • 503-425-6707
0.96 mi
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall      
Gigantic sign says "Portland," just in case you forgot...
Landmarks   
1037 SW Broadway • 503-248-4335
0.97 mi
The Giant Hand      
It reaches from the earth, like some great sculpted zombie.
Landmarks   
NW Glisan St & NW 5th Ave
0.98 mi
Benson Bubblers      
Iconic drinking fountains of dubious hygiene.
Landmarks   
SW 5th & Washington
0.99 mi
The Building With a Purple Octopus on It
C L O S E D
     
Maybe Portlandia can kill it with her trident...
Landmarks   
404 SW Washington St
1.07 mi
Portland Chinatown Gate      
A magical gate to...Chinatown! (Which is actually sorta neat...)
Landmarks   
W Burnside St & NW 4th Ave
1.11 mi
House of Louie Restaurant      
Chinatown's most notable restaurant, a dessicated still-functional husk.
Landmarks   
331 NW Davis St • 503-228-9898
1.12 mi
Drugstore Cowboy Drugstore      
Drugstore Cowboy filmed here, but, alas, the drugstore's gone.
Landmarks   
NW Glisan St & NW 21st Ave
1.14 mi
Portlandia Statue      
Has trident, could totally beat up the Little Mermaid.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
SW 5th Ave & SW Main St
1.15 mi
Portland Underground      
Dark tunnels wherein unsuspecting victims got Shanghaied long ago.
Landmarks   
120 NW 3rd Ave
1.21 mi
Portland Building      
Michael Graves, architect. One of the most hated buildings in America.
Landmarks   
1120 SW 5th Ave • 503-823-4000
1.21 mi
Lan Su Chinese Garden      
Kind of like China! (Except without the smog and communism...)
Landmarks   
239 NW Everett St • 503-228-8131
1.22 mi
Lownsdale Square Park      
Duck! That statue guy on the column! He's got a gun!
Landmarks   
SW 4th Ave & Maine St
1.27 mi
St. Patrick's Catholic Church      
A pretty church- Oliver Cromwell would have hated this place.
Landmarks   
1623 NW 19th Ave
1.29 mi
Chapman Square Park      
Home of the Pioneer Family, Portland's most boringly controversial statue.
Landmarks   
SW Main St
1.30 mi
Thompson Elk      
It's an elk statue! Guess who donated it!
Landmarks   
SW 3rd Ave & SW Main St
1.33 mi
Fremont Bridge      
A massive arch. Much larger than Seattle's puny Fremont Bridge. Ha!
Landmarks   
NW Fremont Bridge
1.36 mi
Portland Farmers Market at PSU      
This flagship open-air market defines Saturday morning for thousands.
Landmarks   
SW Park Ave & SW Montgomery St • 503-242-0032
1.42 mi
Portland Police Museum      
Museum's kinda dorky, but, OMG! meet McGruff the Crime Dog!
Landmarks   
1111 SW 2nd Ave • 503-823-0019
1.43 mi
Skidmore Fountain      
Est. 1888. "Good citizens are the riches of a city."
Landmarks   
SW 1st Ave & SW Ankeny St
1.47 mi
Ira Keller Fountain      
Much like a waterfall, except wholly artificial.
Landmarks   
SW Clay St & SW 3rd Ave
1.49 mi
Made in Oregon Sign      
Behold this iconic sign as you head west on the Burnside Bridge.
Landmarks   
70 NW Couch St
1.49 mi
Friendship Circle      
Nothing says "friendship" like silver pointy things!
Landmarks   
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
1.54 mi
Japanese American Historical Plaza      
Um... yeah... sorry about that whole "internment" thing...
Landmarks   
NW Naito Pkwy & NW Davis St
1.55 mi
Mill Ends Park      
World's smallest park. Created as leprechaun colony. Yes, really.
Landmarks   
SW Naito Pkwy & SW Taylor St
1.58 mi
Salmon Street Springs      
Fountain you are allowed to jump in. Jump in it!
Landmarks   
SW Naito Pkwy.
1.62 mi
Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park      
This park used to be a highway. Portland traded up.
Landmarks   
SW Oak St & SW Naito Pkwy
1.63 mi
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