Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Salmon St Springs Fountain
This fountain, on Salmon St near the river, cycles through computer-generated patterns. On hot days kids (and adults) take turns...
New Deal Distillery
This spirit-factory started as a small-time operation using a short copper still that remains on the premises (it's tucked away on a...
Mill Ends Park
Having the largest park (Forest Park) within city limits perhaps isn't an oddity, but having the smallest one might be. Mill Ends Park –...
The decor takes the concept of 'neo-industrial' to extremes, but most people love that – and Coava delivers where it matters. The...
No, the servers don't wear Red Army uniforms, and the menu isn't peppered with Soviet puns, but there's still a theme of nostalgia at...
1945 SE Water Ave · interesting places nearby
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry information
This excellent museum offers hands-on science exhibits for kids, along with other special, temporary exhibits like 'Mummies of the World.' There's also an Omnimax theater, planetarium shows and a submarine tour (all carry a separate charge). Parking costs $5. On the first Sunday of the month admission is $2.