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Built in 1914, Pittock Mansion was a modern home with unique architecture and the latest technology. Experience the story of Portland through the lives of one of its most influential families and get to know the pioneer spirit behind its...more
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 newspaper gatehouse
I love old mansions, and this one is special. The family that built this spared no expense, and it shows. Everything was first class. The organization that is maintaining the house has done an excellent job of preserving and showcasing this house with period-appropriate furnishings....More
Our tour of Portland did not include a tour of the house/museum but the outdoor views of the city were spectacular! Be sure to visit with a tour guide so you know what exactly you are seeing as you overlook the city.
Spend a rainy afternoon walking through the Pittock Mansion. Everything was restored and cared for very well. Unfortunately, it was raining, so we didn't explore the grounds very much, but we could still see that the mansion is in a great setting.
We had 1 day to spend in Portland, Oregon to do site seeing before we took off to drive the Columbia Gorge area. The question was ...’what do we see in this short time’? We decided to visit the Pittock Mansion first which proved to...More
We visited on a Friday afternoon. The home is open for a self tour with many signs that explain functions of the various rooms. Many rooms have original furnishings and photos that have been donated by the family. The wall coverings have been restored to...More
We visited The Pittock Mansion this week. What a wonderful experience.
I am a native Oregonian and had somehow missed this treasure throughout my years. I am so happy that I finally made time to go!
The view is breathtaking, the grounds - even at...More
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There are handicap parking spots in the front of the mansion. You cannot pull up to the entries themselves as the driveways are gated and used primarily as pedestrian pathways.The Mansion has an ADA door on the basement... More
There are handicap parking spots in the front of the mansion. You cannot pull up to the entries themselves as the driveways are gated and used primarily as pedestrian pathways.The Mansion has an ADA door on the basement floor and the original elevator. The elevator is often too small for electric wheel chairs, but staff can assist visitors with walkers and standard wheelchairs.