Pittock Mansion, Portland

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Pittock Mansion, Portland - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 3229 NW Pittock Dr, Portland, OR 97210, United States

Phone: +1-5038233623

Ticket Price: 11 USD

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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About Pittock Mansion, Portland

The Pittock mansion is a beautiful architectural structure that was home to the pioneers of Portland. The Pittock Mansion reflects life how it was hundreds of years back from the perspective of the Portland pioneers. It’s a French Renaissance styled chateau whose interiors reflect the architectural style of Victorian Turkish and French forms. Trivia: The mansion has appeared in Hollywood movies like First Love, Unhinged, The Haunting of Sarah Hardy and many others. Take a peek into its quaint setting and design.

Pittock Mansion Ticket Prices

  • Adults: $11.00
  • Seniors (65+): $10.00
  • Youth (ages 6–18): $8.00
  • Children under 6: FREE

How To reach Pittock Mansion by Public Transport

  • By Bus: W Burnside & NW Hermosa
  • NW Macleay & Hermosa
  • W Burnside & SW Tichner
  • By Train: Amtrak Station – PDX
  • BNSF Railway Co

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  • Very interesting display of Portland's history and wonderful house and view. We walked up from the Pearl District which is truly an urban hike with a lot of climbing but some amazing houses and views. The mansion and grounds are beautifully maintained and displayed. Staff are pleasant and helpful. However it would be nice to have a cafe or snacks available especially for those who hiked up there.

  • This is a cool place to visit in Portland. They have a view of downtown Portland when you're up in the Mansion or down in front of it where there's a great viewpoint. There is a cost to get in in one of the great times to go is around Christmas as they decorate the place for the holiday. I did a behind-the-scenes tour which was well worth it as we got to go into the basement and other areas and see things that you do not see on a normal tour.

  • I like the Mansion specially the interior and all those luxuries. Nice and super scenic surroundings. I love the view of Portland from the top with the mountain Hood. You will have to buy the entry ticket of $10 which is worth if you have interest in history, it is very informative. Clean and well maintained place to visit.

  • A really neat attraction with lots of information about the manor and the family that built it. I highly recommend taking the free tour! Our docent was very knowledgeable, and added a lot of context to the items in each room as well as the restoration work that went into the building. Be sure to check out the carriage house as well! Only downside is that parking is pretty tight. We had to wait for a family to leave before we could park on a Sunday afternoon.

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  • Beautiful! Make sure you go on a foggy day first. It makes everything have an element of fantasy and mystery. Take your time on the tour and learn everything you can indoors. Then later, make sure you go on a bright sunny day, so you get to see the incredible view from up there. Walk around the gardens and up and down the hill and really enjoy the outside. Finally, go see it for the Christmas lights. Just know that they don't do tours during the holiday season because it gets really, really crowded.

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