Pittock MansionCurrently Closed
- Address: 3229 NW Pittock Dr, Portland, OR 97210, United States, 97210
- Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5038233623
- Ticket Price: 11 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Architecture , Mansion, Landmarks, Historic And Protected Sites
Pittock Mansion - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Pittock Mansion
55.63% of people who visit Portland include Pittock Mansion in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
76.09% of people start their Pittock Mansion visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Pittock Mansion
94.44% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Pittock Mansion
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Pittock Mansion, Portland Reviews
If you enjoy a great view!! And an incredible mansion and grounds to walk around and explore. Added with some great history. This is perfect! Trust me. I didn’t give it one more star. For the simple reason I didn’t take the tour. Maybe the tour is absolutely amazing I don’t know. But, I do know The day that me and my friend explored this mansion was a wonderful memory. I enjoyed every single minute exploring the grounds. This is a wonderfully well capped preserve piece of history. I hope you take time to enjoy it.
Fantastic stop if you're visiting Portland. The mansion is beautiful and provides some insight into Portland's history. They offer guided tours, but you can still get a lot out of the visit if you options for the self guided option. You can tour the entire mansion in around an hour - it makes a perfect stop after a trip to the zoo. The views from the grounds are breathtaking, perhaps some of the best views in Portland. The gorgeous overlooks of the city are well worth the visit to the mansion.
Finally made my way in for a self guided tour followed by a "behind the scenes" tour. A fair bit of history is packed into this house, and it's definitely worth the trip for either type of tour. Staff was very friendly and helpful (and many of them were volunteers). Would recommend a visit for anyone who lives or works in the Portland metro area that is interested in a little history. The grounds are also beautiful, and free to roam. There are at least two trail approaches to the mansion, so it's possible to hike up from elsewhere.
Didn't realize how large Forest Park yet! Residents told me to be careful as you can definitely get lost here and I see what they mean! Pittock mansion is absolutely gorgeous, you can drive up pretty close or hike up hill to get here. Fantastic view of the city and gorgeous trees, flowers and other plants all around. Restrooms are small and there's a little gift shop as well.
Such a great historical landmark. We really enjoyed this Portland gem. The garden is beautiful and has a great view of the city from above. The house is so well curated and has been beautifully restored to it's original glory. The amount of educational materials and artifacts is incredible, especially for a museum of this size. This is a great day activity for both families and adults without children alike. It was really interesting seeing the West coast's own "Downton".