Rose Garden The International Rose Test Garden in Washington Park offers free public tours at 1 p.m.
daily, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Forest Park With miles of trails and myriad trailheads, you can hike, mountain bike, run or just explore this urban forest in Northwest Portland.
Council Crest Drive and park, or hike from a lower spot to see the surrounding mountains from Portland's highest point, located in Southwest Portland.
Pittock Mansion Even if you don't pay to tour the house, you can still get a great view of the city and see the mountains on a clear day.
Fountains Keller Fountain Park, Jamison Square and Salmon Street Springs are just a few of the public fountains to enjoy in Portland.
The city offers a full list on its website, and the map below shows the locations.
And the grounds have an access point to Forest Park's Wildwood Trail and the trails and trees of Hoyt Arboretum.
Rocky Butte Drive, bike or hike to the top of this Northeast Portland fixture with a park at the top and great views of the surrounding area.
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Farmers markets The Portland Farmers Market also offers several markets throughout the week, many with live music and samples of local products. Flicks on the Bricks, the free movie series at Pioneer Courthouse Square, has one more installment: "Mrs. The last show for "The Taming of the Shrew" will be at Reed College on Sept. Christmas lights Peacock Lane: Starting in mid-December, the residents of this Southeast Portland street close to Laurelhurst Park decorate their homes and invite visitors, preferably on foot.