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Portland Chinatown

Portland Chinatown Tours and Tickets

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Dating back to the 1880s, downtown Portland's compact Chinatown isn't as big as what you might find in San Francisco or New York. However, it's still worth a visit for its restaurants, bars, photogenic entry gate, and its star attraction, the Lan Su Chinese Garden.

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Chinatown, Portland, Oregon
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Self Guided Solo "Weird and Wonderful Portland" Walking Tour in Old Town

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Explore the quirky side of Portland at your own pace with this app-based, self-guided tour. You'll visit the historic Old Town, stopping at allegedly haunted spots and learning about the Shanghai Tunnels, a series of passageways that connect the oldest part of town to the waterfront (local lore has it that they were once used to kidnap sailors). The app will also take you over to Portland’s famous Voodoo Doughnut.
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  • 40 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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USD5.50
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Aerial Tram and Rooftop Tour

Aerial Tram and Rooftop Tour

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See Portland as few people do—from the sky and rooftops—with this experience. You'll start with a trip up and down Portland's famous aerial tram, which offers great views of the city, followed by a jaunt to the city's Old Town to check out views from the rooftops of two more buildings.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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