After each day of the Annual Meeting, enjoy the beautiful city of Portland. Whether you’re into outdoor adventures, the arts and culture, food or live music, there is something for you to enjoy in this historic and exciting city.
MAX Light Rail: Portland's public train system is the easiest way to explore. There are five main lines that run every 15 minutes Monday through Saturday between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. On Sundays, lines run every 30 minutes from 5:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Learn more about the light rail.
Portland International Rose Test Garden: This garden features more than 10,000 roses, enjoy the oldest rose test garden in the United States.
Portland Japanese Garden: Visit this 5.5 acre garden that includes a Japanese tea house, streams and scenic walkways and views of Mount Hood. Guided tours are included with the cost of admission.
Downtown Portland and the Pearl District: Stroll through picture-perfect streets while you enjoy quaint coffee shops, restaurants, and tax-free shopping!
Portland Guided Tours
Food Tours: There are a variety of food tour options, whether by foot or by bike, book a tour to get a taste of Portland.
Beer Tours: The city of Portland is host to more than 70 breweries and offers a variety of brewery tour options that will allow you to explore the different brews that are local to Portland.
Outdoor Adventure Tours: Portland is home to a beautiful cityscape. Take advantage of the many outdoor tour options that explore Mount Hood or Mount St. Helens.
The Great Outdoors
Hiking: Want to explore the best hiking spots on your own? Take a look at some of the local's favorite hiking spots.
Learn more about places to see and things to do in Portland.
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