Best Rainy Day Activities In Portland

Best Rainy Day Activities In Portland

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Rain won't dampen a trip to Portland. You'll find plenty of things to do indoors at these places on a rainy day.

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    OMSI's Science Education Resource Center (SERC) is home of the NASA Regional Educator Resource Center and is filled with resources for educators. It's open 3:30-5:00pm every Thursday except holidays. -- NASA via Foursquare
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    La Carmina posing for these outfit photos in front of the Bagdad, a pub and movie theater. This Portland district, Hawthorne, is filled with quirky-cute boutiques and cafes. More on LaCarmina blog. -- La Carmina lacarmina via Foursquare
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    Starting May 6th 2014, every Tuesday is Discount Tuesday. Only $5.50 all day! #Cinemark #DiscountDay -- Eric Ross via Foursquare
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    Grab your tickets early and make a night of it. Come to an opening night, get dressed up and grab dinner nearby. Long live theater. -- Stuart Coates via Foursquare
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    Make Sure you get a Regal Rewards card! After you build up points you get free treats and opportunities for free movies! -- Rick Vaughan via Foursquare
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    Did you know? This is the oldest museum in the Pacific Northwest and the seventh oldest in the United States. The collection includes Native American, Asian, European and American art. -- K12 Inc via Foursquare
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    It's like stepping into Tron! -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Cinema 21 + Tommy Wiseau's "The Room" = awesomeness personified! This is the most amazing interactive cinema experience you will ever have! Inexpensive tickets and very reasonable concession prices. -- SundanceTV via Foursquare
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    Parents: They have a playroom "for munchkins" upstairs, so call ahead, deposit the kids, and enjoy a kid-unfriendly movie in all its disturbingness. Explore Montavilla neighborhood before and after. -- Scott Mainwaring via Foursquare
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    The Thermals collectively agree that this is the best movie theater in Portland. "Where else can you get beer, pizza and watch a movie and it's only $3!" -- SPIN via Foursquare
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    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. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    The best movie going experience in Portland. Clean theatre, big comfortable seats and state of the art technology. Support local business. -- Paul Rossi via Foursquare
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