- If you’re a foodie, you won’t want to miss Farm 2 Fork Tours or the Portland Spirit Dinner Cruise.
- Beer and wine enthusiasts should check out the Lucky Lab Brewery Company and Willamette Valley Wine Tours.
- Nature enthusiasts shouldn’t miss the International Rose Test Garden, Portland Japanese Garden, Forest Park Conservancy or Lan Su Chinese Garden.
- The youngest family members will love the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the Oregon Zoo.
With a population of about 641,000 people, Portland is the largest city in Oregon and well-known for its environmental stewardship. Sitting on the Willamette and Columbia Rivers, mountains provide a tranquil backdrop to the bustling city. Portland is best known as a “hipster” town, with ample coffee houses and microbreweries that host the thriving art, theater and music scenes. The diverse city has something to offer everybody, so follow along as we roundup everything to see and do for your next trip to Portland.
Farm 2 Fork Tours
If you love the idea of sustainable living and want to know more about farm-to-table options, this stop shouldn’t be missed. Farm 2 Fork Tours connects visitors and the local community with the people who craft and grow their food. Take your pick of various themed tours to see how your food is grown and get a taste of the season’s offerings. Custom tours are available, but regular offerings include the Dairy Experience, Coastal Exploration and Taste of Willamette Valley. Prices vary.