Sixty-four acres in the West hills of Portland. This nonprofit zoo enhances community involvement with the zoo through member-based support. The zoo focusses on sustainable conservation of natural resources.
Phil And Abbi
August 24, 2019
We have an awesome zoo, also if you are planning ahead look up the zoo concerts, it is a fun unique experience.
May 24, 2015
Our zoo has five major exhibit areas: Great Northwest, Fragile Forests, Asia, Pacific Shores and Africa and 232 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.
September 3, 2019
Fun day with the family
Amanda And David
October 20, 2020
A fun outing, the zoo is small enough you can walk it in an hour or 2
September 11, 2020
Great walks, olld fashioned train, conservation programs, and very close to Portland Children Museum.
June 13, 2020
there are different things to do in the area of the zoo (washington park). The Rose Garden is near, Pittock Mansion, Children’s Museum, park, Japanese Garden
July 15, 2015
Really cool little zoo. It is super fun to see the animals swim under the glass. Well kept and easy to get through.
May 22, 2015
Portland has a great zoo. The MAX line takes you there or take a bike on a nice 6-mile ride
Amanda And Gabe
July 9, 2020
Oregon Zoo first opened in 1888 when a private collector of animals decided to donate them to the City of Portland. There are approximately 1,955 animals to see in the zoo ranging across 232 species. 21 of the species that live in the zoo are either endangered or threatened and each one is on a…
July 19, 2015
Wonderful, walkable zoo with so many interactive activities. Perfect afternoon with kids.
“The Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892 and is the seventh oldest museum in the country. The museum has become famous around the world because of its permanent collection that has more than 42,000 pieces in it. For history buffs there are plenty of historic art pieces on display. There are many pieces that have been collected from the native people of North America as well as a large collection of English silver. The campus that the museum sits on also has the Jubitz Center for Modern and Contemporary Art which is well worth taking a look at.”