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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 rose garden newspaper
This is so much better than I had expected. The house tour has many very interesting and ahead of the times components. Very unique and so awesome to have it accessible. The view of downtown Portland and Mt. Hood are spectacular!
Pittock's were among the founders of Portland, and used their financial successes to build a grand estate. House, high up on a hill overlooking downtown Portland, has been restored with furniture and design from the period and from the founding families of Portland. At Christmas,...More
To just walk the beautifully landscaped grounds around the mansion out to the amazing east views of our Cascade mountain peaks and the carpet of Portland and the Willamette River is a trip worth making in itself. If you want to connect with Forest Park...More
Excellent garden and extraordinary well preserved mansion in a wonderful location. Full of furniture and decorations that gives the most impressive idea of the way in which lived this entrepreneur of the early years of Portland. Great for a morning or afternoon promenade in the...More
We drove up these winding roads to Pittock Mansion and I must say it was both charming and scary at the same time. Was great architectural structure but house did give a sense that there were ghost watching us. Was also a great view of...More
We stopped in for a quick visit. The mansion is nicely decorated for Christmas and the path through the rooms is well laid out so that you don’t feel crowded.
Make sure you check out the gatehouse also.
Unfortunately, there isn't one! We wanted to walk from downtown too, but everyone we asked (from the hotel concierge to tourist information) said take a cab. We took their advice and it was a wise decision. The road up to... More
Unfortunately, there isn't one! We wanted to walk from downtown too, but everyone we asked (from the hotel concierge to tourist information) said take a cab. We took their advice and it was a wise decision. The road up to the mansion is extremely narrow with no sidewalk, as well as very heavily traveled. Once you finish at the mansion, the employees in ticketing or the gift shop will call you a cab. Believe me, we were so glad we took their advice.