Stay Entertained: 15 Actually Fun Things To Do In Portland

Stay Entertained: 15 Actually Fun Things To Do In Portland

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What's fun to do in Portland? Here's a list of amazing things to do in the city. Go out and explore!

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    Take a photo of the map at the trail entrance with your phone to guide you along your way! Trail names are well marked but remembering them all can be tricky. -- Elizabeth Johnson Brizzolara via Foursquare
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    I live here, kiteboard and windsurf here, swim here, sail here, and love it here. -- Fire Fly via Foursquare
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    Parking is tight, so carpool if you can. GREAT trail for jogging strollers as well as kids / family walks. www.jocelynelson.com -- Jocelyn Nelson via Foursquare
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    Wear a jacket inside during the winter as the museum is cold. Don't worry about carrying things since the lockers are essentially free. Best for toddlers and really young kids. -- Cheryl Tom via Foursquare
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    Clean bathrooms, lots of beverage choices from coffee and tea to kombucha or beer. Beautiful stage and not too big. Great date locale! -- Sharon Perloff-Shamow 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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    I mostly love jogging the SW waterfront loop because I don't have to worry about cars and I enjoy the river even if it is dirty. -- Cristina Schmitt 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 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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    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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    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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    Nothing beats a timeless, family-friendly trip to the zoo. Come meet otters, lions, apes, snakes, elephants, and many more. Don't forget to bring a camera for up close shots of creatures of the wild! -- Christian Aniciete via Foursquare
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