Pittock Mansion

Museum
3229 NW Pittock Dr
Portland, OR 97210
(503) 823-3623
Monday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 4:00pm

Tips

  • Possibly the best view in all of Portland. Park near the Zoo and take the easy 3 mile hike (both ways) up the wildwood trail to get the full experience.
  • Pittock Mansion's 23 rooms have been pristinely restored with antiques from the namesake family that resided here during Portland's early 20th Century growth spurt.
  • It's pretty chill out there
  • We hiked bitches!
  • Beautiful place to visit.
  • The best view of Portland. A must-see.
  • Run to the Pittock Mansion from downtown via the trails in Forest Park.
  • A restored chteau where the views extend past the Willamette River to the Cascades.
  • Tour is $8.50 the house is quite decadent inside, nicely kept by the city. If you want to skip the tour the grounds and trails nearby are available free and there are some great views on the overlook.
  • Take in the view and the history. The story behind the property is fascinating!
  • Closed all January for annual cleaning.
  • I went here, its an amazing place. Open as a museum. I hadn't been in 6 or 7 yrs & noticed things I hadn't before. Sean B. -- The entry charge $$ goes to help take care of the house. DUH.
  • Take a picture of the Portland skyline (preferably with WyEast) at sunset!
  • Come here for the best views of Portland!
  • What a view. It's worth it just for the view. 11 bucks gets you the walk through. No flash cameras allowed, although you wouldn't need/want to. Cool piece of history
  • Built in 1914, this French Renaissancestyle estate is open for tours and popular with bird-watchers. Combine your visit with a hike on the Lower Macleay Park Trail, past evergreens and Balch Creek.
  • Don't drive to the mansion, run down the trail, and then run back up again. It might seem like a good idea. It isn't.
  • Visit this place
  • So pretty any time of the year and if you live in Portland it really gives perspective on how close everything is.
  • Make sure to explore the grounds as well as the house!

Nearby places

611 SW Kingston Ave (at SW Fairview Blvd)
317 SW Alder St (Wildwood Trail)