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Pittock Mansion is a French Renaissance style historic house museum in Portland, Oregon. Built in 1914, Pittock Mansion tells the story of Portland’s transformation from pioneer town to modern, industrialized city through the history and legacy of...more
All reviews self guided tour turn of the century portland history step back in time overlooking portland great view of the city mount hood interesting history wildwood trail worth the trip well worth the visit forest park sunny day portland area visiting portland newspaper gatehouse
The mansion of the London-born local newspaper publisher is a delightful look at how the super-rich and powerfully influential of the early 20th century lived. A nice touch is a painting of Mt. St. Helens long before it blew its top.
Being a historical-living buff, this was one of the best “old house” tours I’ve taken. Although it was self-guided, there were many posted explanations of what we were viewing—very thorough. It was interesting to see the home of Portland’s most prominent family, from public spaces...More
This is a must visit place in the area with amazing views of the city and mountains. The gift shop has perfect gifts and keepsakes ans unusual books and art for that special someone back home. Clean restrooms available too.
Wonderful place to visit. Gives you a wonderful history of Portland and many of the people. The mansion is beautifully restored and the views are breathtaking. Don’t forget to visit the gate house because it is so cool to see. I would highly recommend visiting...More
The mansion is positioned on top of the hill with an excellent view of Portland and Columbia River. Recommend the tour inside the mansion, has lots of history and information. There are 2 part to the visit. One, inside & two, outside. Walking outside by...More
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There are handicap parking spots in the front of the mansion. You cannot pull up to the entries themselves as the driveways are gated and used primarily as pedestrian pathways.The Mansion has an ADA door on the basement... More
There are handicap parking spots in the front of the mansion. You cannot pull up to the entries themselves as the driveways are gated and used primarily as pedestrian pathways.The Mansion has an ADA door on the basement floor and the original elevator. The elevator is often too small for electric wheel chairs, but staff can assist visitors with walkers and standard wheelchairs.