Pittock Mansion

Pittock Mansion, Northwest Pittock Drive, Portland, OR, United States

(503) 823-3623

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Pittock Mansion is full of rich history and remarkable stories of one of Portland’s first and most influential families. Nestled high in the West Hills, Pittock Mansion overlooks the city’s skyline from 1,000 feet up –the perfect place to learn how Portland became what it is today.

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