Kid-Friendly Attractions In Portland, OR
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Glowing Greens is Portland and Beaveton's premier black light, indoor, 18 hole, 3D adventure miniature golf course. Stop in for a unique game of golf in our fun and memorable atmosphere.
The mission of Portland Children's Museum is to inspire imagination, creativity and the wonder of learning in children and adults by inviting moments of shared discovery.
With thrill rides, roller skating and more, your family will have a perfect day on the midway! Amusement Park is open late March - September, roller skating open year round.
Puppet Central at Atelier Gallery offers Saturday evening puppet shows. "Shae's Summer Puppet Camp" emphasizes original storytelling, making and building, and Friday afternoon performances for the family.
Sauvie Island, originally Wapato Island, is approximately 10 miles north of Portland, Oregon. It is the largest island in the Columbia River and one of the largest islands in the U.S.
Fuel your summer science learning with programs steeped in adventure and designed to encourage your whole family to stretch the limits of imagination, adventure and possibility.
Bauman Farm's, on Howell Prairie, has been in the family since 1895. We sell a variety of fresh produce at our farm market all year round.
Medallion Art is owned and operated by internationally recognized artist Judi Whiting, along with her husband, Bob.
Travel the world in an afternoon, meeting animals from almost every continent. An innovative and delightful zoo that’s a great place for animals and people!
The mission of Friends of Tryon Creek, in partnership with Oregon State Parks, is to inspire and nurture relationships with nature in our unique urban forest.
Washington Park is a 400-acre park located in Portland. It's one of Portland's oldest parks and features some of the city's best family-friendly attractions.
With family-friendly activities, discovery guides, and discounted admission rates for kids, students, and seniors.
The World Forestry Center is dedicated to creating and inspiring champions of sustainable forestry. The WFC's Discovery Museum was founded in 1971 with a mission to educate the public about Oregon's local forest and global forests.
Fazio Farms has been in the family since 1919. We are proud to be a third generation farming family in Portland, Oregon. We love what we do and we're excited to share the farm with the community.
Japanese Garden is 5.5 acres composed of five distinct garden styles. When we enter a Japanese garden, the desired effect is to realize a sense of peace, harmony, and tranquility and to experience the feeling of being a part of nature.
he Oregon Rail Heritage Center in the OMSI district has three Oregon steam engines built in the early 20th century. The ORHC tells the story of Pacific Northwest railroads through guided interpretation and presentation.
The Washington County Museum (WCM) ignites the imagination for the enrichment of our community.
We are a working urban farm that models, promotes and educates about sustainable food systems, environmental stewardship, community development and access to good food for all.
Roloff Farms invites you to join us for the Roloff Farms Pumpkin Patch season. The farm is open to public 10am to 5:30pm Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in October.
The Japanese Garden Society of Oregon is a private, not-for-profit organization funded entirely by donations, membership, memorials, grants, gate admissions, and gift store sales.
Founded in late 1892, the Portland Art Museum is the seventh oldest museum in the United States and the oldest in the Pacific Northwest.
Was founded in 1963 by a group of 10 artists who shared the idea of having a working, teaching gallery, a place for exhibition and instruction.
Spark offers artists of all ages the opportunity to explore, learn and create. Programs include Preschool Messy Art, after school classes, home school programs, open studio and camps for grades K-8.
Dizzy Castle is the Northwest’s most exciting children’s indoor playground. Dizzy Castle is a child’s dream brought to life.
Lloyd Center Ice Rink is a unique ice skating rink in the center of Lloyd Center Mall. We are conveniently located on the first level across from Macy's.
Portland's Finest Historic House Museum
MetroArts Inc's mission is to teach creative and critical thinking processes through innovative arts education programs and curricula.
Promoting conservation through educational experiences in wilderness, through hands-on science programs and backcountry recreation in Oregon's Opal Creek Wilderness.
TLC Farm is a sustainability education center focused on making land and sustainability practices accessible to all people.
Peninsula Park is a public park in the Piedmont neighborhood of Portland, Oregon.
SCRAP PDX is a donation-based creative reuse store and donation center in Southwest Portland.
SCRAP also provides a range of educational opportunities within the community and hosts local reuse-based artists in our Gallery.
The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education is the largest museum dedicated to the documented and visual history of the Jewish people of Oregon, United States.