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About Portland Visitors Information Center, Portland

The Portland Visitors Information Center located in downtown at Pioneer Courthouse Square is replete with relevant guidance and tips in the form of broachers and maps about this gorgeous city. The center is very helpful to tourists when it comes to giving them an insight of the many attractions in Portland and assisting them with itinerary planning. The center is a mandatory stop for tourists visiting Portland for the first time.

Portland Visitors Information Center Tickets Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To Get To Portland Visitors Information Center by Public Transport

  • By Train: Pioneer Square North MAX Station
  • Amtrak Station - PDX

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Address: 701 S.W. Sixth Ave., Portland, OR 97205

Phone: +1-8776785263

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm Details

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Small-Group Oregon Wine Tasting Tour and Dinner Cruise
View Deal Small-Group Oregon Wine Tasting Tour and Dinner Cr... New on TripHobo Duration: 9 hours From USD 232.74/person

With a professional driver and local guide, explore the home of some of the most beautiful vineyards in the world. Known for a distinctive Pinot Noir, the Willamette Valley is the heart of renown vineyards and some of the most unique tasting rooms. Located on gentle rolling hills, you'll be treated to expansive views of the vines and valley below. Tour includes visits to three wineries with wine tastings. Complete your tour with an evening dinner cruise along the Willamette river. See the skyline illuminated at night and enjoy your choice of locally sourced dinner entrees and live entertainment. Tour is 9-hours in duration and limited to a maximum of 14 people.

2.5-hour Coffee and Doughnut Tour in Downtown Portland
View Deal 2.5-hour Coffee and Doughnut Tour in Downtown Port... 2 Reviews | Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes From USD 37.24/person

Sip your way through Portland's vibrant downtown and sample some of the nation's best coffee on this 2.5-hour tour. Follow your guide as you discover the delights of house-made classic donuts, French canele, and an indulgent affagato that are all included with the price of your tour. See Portland's exciting downtown as you enjoy the city's unique coffee culture.

Oregon Coast Day Trip from Portland: Astoria and Cannon Beach
View Deal Oregon Coast Day Trip from Portland: Astoria and C... 116 Reviews | Duration: 9 hours From USD 93.1/person

Spend a day along Oregon’s gorgeous coastline, filled with dramatic headlands, beaches and historical lighthouses, on this tour from Portland. Visit the quaint town of Astoria, the site of one of the first American settlements west of the Rockies, and explore Cannon Beach, where you’ll explore tide pools at Haystack Rock and enjoy free time to peruse shops and art galleries. You’ll also learn about Oregon’s maritime history and logging industry at two interesting museums with your guide.

Columbia River Gorge Tour from Portland
View Deal Columbia River Gorge Tour from Portland 10 Reviews | Duration: 4 hours From USD 64.55/person

A half hour east of Portland can be found the Columbia river Gorge, Multnomah falls and some of the most magnificent scenery in the country; skyscraper cliffs, giant sturgeon, and majestic waterfalls. During the last ice age, a cataclysmic event occurred, that left a lasting monument along the path of the mighty Columbia River. A great flood sheared away the land, leaving stone cliffs and water falls that form the world famous “Columbia River Gorge”. View the majesty from the Vista House atop 800 foot sheer rock cliffs, see Multnomah Falls, the second tallest year round waterfall in the country, or witness the free-falling splendor of Latourell Falls. In the autumn, witness salmon spawning in nearby Eagle Creek.

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  • Called in to ask for tourist information for an upcoming trip and the ladies were incredibly rude, trying to get me off the phone quickly, saying "they are not interested in being on the phone for an hour trying to help me plan my trip".. ( i was not asking for my trip to be planned for me, I only wanted information on tourist attractions) They kept telling me that they were volunteers and didn't do that type of stuff!!! (How do they not give information to incoming tourists about their own attractions ?!?!?!?!??!) They were not helpful at all. They gave me phone numbers to other visitor centers that would not be open for another 2 days. What an awful first impression of the Portland hospitality in their visitor center.

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  • Had the pleasure to talk to Judy today. She was incredibly helpful, provided very targeted suggestions and we loved every single thing she recommended. Our trip to Portland would have not been the same without her!

  • Always been given good service but lacks info in other languages

  • There are some nasty, rude, screwed up looking ppl around here. We are on a small vacation here, lots of dirty looking kids and homeless ppl yelling and arguing with each other, it's very uncomfortable being here. We are staying at the Hilton down the street, the hotel and the staff are great, it's very clean and smoke free. Maybe we're shopping and walking around the wrong side of town.

  • Great place for information!!

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