Portland Vacation Packages

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Portland Vacation Packages

This area of Willamette Valley contains roughly 600,000 people.

You'll find this destination approximately 45 miles from Salem, the state capital of Oregon. It's also roughly 13 miles from Damascus.

Let the kids blow off some steam at the Hollywood Theater and the Children's Museum. Want more? Oaks Amusement Park and North Clackamas Aquatic Park will ensure that the good times keep rolling.

Portland Aquarium is an aquatic haven for the entire family.
The kids could spend endless hours walking around and looking at the wide variety of animals at the Oregon Zoo and the Hart's Reptile World.

Do you enjoy a drink or two? If so, make sure you pay a visit to the Uptown Market, a very refreshing place to spend the afternoon. Chat to the brewers about how each beer is made, and afterwards, make sure you put this knowledge to good use by tasting the finished product!

Appreciate the sparkling chrome of the state-of-the-art vehicles and cheer on the drivers as they hurtle past at incredible speed at the World of Speed.

The region's vineyards know how to delight the senses. Meet the committed vintners, sample the delights and enjoy a fantastic day out at the Oak Knoll Winery or the Cooper Mountain Vineyards. Up for one or two more? The Domaine Drouhin Oregon and the Rogue Distillery and Public House are favorites around here.

If you're someone who loves a game of roulette from time to time, you should consider checking out the Casino at Kah-Nee-Ta Desert Resort.

Rare and unusual plants, leafy trees and long, meandering footpaths await at the International Rose Test Garden and the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. Botany enthusiasts should also check out the Peninsula Park Rose Garden and the Leach Botanical Garden.

When it's time for a break, pack some lunch and find a shady corner at one of the area's scenic green spaces, such as the Portland Japanese Garden or Pioneer Courthouse Square. Tom McCall Waterfront Park and Mount St. Helens are two more nice places to while away the day over a good book.

Want to know more about your destination? Visit End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center and Hillside Park Community Center. The friendly staff at Sellwood Community Center and Portland Temple Visitors' Center are also on hand to answer any of your queries.

At once peaceful and powerful, Oneonta Gorge is well worth heading out to see. The swirling plunge pools of Willamette Falls and Latourell Falls are also popular with travelers.

Would you like to do some bird-watching? Maybe drop a line in if conditions are good? The local lakes offer lots of things to do for people of all ages. Clackamas River, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and The Columbia Gorge Riverboat are the most frequented. Find out which one best suits you before heading over for a great afternoon by the water.

Are you looking for somewhere to take the family for the day? You should head over to Cannon Beach, an excellent spot to enjoy some much-needed rest and relaxation. Listen to the waves roll in and the seabirds wheeling overhead as the kids mess about along the shoreline.

Switch your phone to silent and have a rest from the stress of the modern world at Hoyt Arboretum and World Forestry Center. Cook Park and Molalla River State Park are also recommended by nature-loving travelers.

Grab a buddy or two and explore some of the many exhibition spaces in the area. The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the Portland Art Museum offer a range of collections that are sure to capture your interest. Another two to look at are the Art Institute of Portland and the Museum of Contemporary Craft.

Set sail on an exploration to the Oregon Maritime Museum and the Oregon Maritime Center and Museum, a fun and educative day out for the whole crew.

If you're in the mood for a challenge, make your way to Mt Hood Community College Planetarium or Haggart Observatory. The collection of science-related objects on display at these engaging museums is bound to get your brain working. To get the complete science experience, you should also visit C & K's Flower Garden and Out in the Garden Nursery.

Learn about the various specimens on show as you stroll among the exhibits of the World Forestry Discovery Museum.

A haven for art aficionados, this area houses numerous gallery spaces in which artists and designers regularly showcase their wares. Pop in to the Attic Gallery and the Elizabeth Leach Gallery for the best of what this creative city has to offer. The Blackfish Gallery and the Faux Museum are also worth your time if your schedule allows.

Travel back through time and uncover stories of the past at the Oregon Historical Society Museum and the Oregon Jewish Museum. Do you like the sound of those? Continue your journey at the Museum of the Oregon Territory or the Wells Fargo History Museum.

To learn more about the people and places of this region's past, plan to visit at least one of its many historic sites. Start the local history tour at the Portlandia and Pittock Mansion. More tales from the days of yore are waiting for you at Portland City Hall and Portland Building.

Don't miss a visit to Sellwood Bridge and Hawthorne Bridge, two proud examples of civil engineering. We're sure you'll enjoy the view! You could also pass over Burnside Bridge or Steel Bridge and look down upon the distant waters underneath.

Discover the region's spiritual side and take in the peaceful atmosphere at Grotto and St. James Lutheran Church. If you'd like to check out a couple more religious sites, have a stroll around Old Church and First Immanuel Lutheran Church.

Before you pack up your bags and head back home, ensure you stop by some of the lesser-known attractions here. The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and the Live Laugh Love Glass might catch your interest. Also, contemplate a visit to Morrison Bridge and Lovejoy Fountain if you have time.

Accommodation in Portland

Portland is very popular with vacationers, and boasts an excellent range of accommodations. Travelhoteltours's Portland hotels guide makes booking easy.

Kick-off your search for the ideal Portland hotel by checking out the latest deals at the high-ranking The Nines, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Portland, located at 525 SW Morrison Street, and the Kimpton Riverplace Hotel, at 1510 SW Harbor Way. Alternatively, in the budget category, there is also the Econo Lodge Portland City Center and the Quality Inn Downtown Convention Center. The Econo Lodge Portland City Center is housed at 1889 Sw 4th Ave, while the Quality Inn Downtown Convention Center is found at 431 NE Multnomah St.