Your Destination Guide to Portland

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Portland satisfies all shopping urges. Whether you find yourself south of downtown perusing Multnomah Village's antique shops, grabbing locally grown fruit for a picnic at the Portland Farmers Market, or experiencing the funky flair of the Pearl District's art galleries and décor boutiques, this city boasts countless places to indulge in a little retail therapy—free of sales tax!

Portland Shopping

  • Downtown
  • Between the Willamette River and the Interstate 405 Freeway, lays a land of shopping that makes every credit card shiver with delight and each purse do the happy dance.
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  • Hawthorne
  • In SE Portland, the Hawthorne district's beautiful tree-lined streets and crowded sidewalks feature small shops with open doors and a variety of goods.
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Lloyd Center
  • Lloyd Center
  • Lloyd Center is a traditional enclosed shopping mall located in Northeast Portland. As one of Oregon's largest shopping centers, it features Nordstrom, Macy's, Barnes and Noble, and Sears, as well as trendy shops Forever 21 and Hot Topic.
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Mississippi Avenue
  • Mississippi Avenue
  • The hippest of Portlanders flock to one of the coolest shopping streets in the city. Historic Mississippi Avenue is a destination full of locally owned boutiques and vintage clothing stores, sprinkled with nurseries, tattoo parlors and comic book shops.
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Multnomah Village
  • Multnomah Village
  • Nestled amongst the suburban sprawls of Portland's West Hills sits a cozy little village eclectic in its assortment of charming specialty shops, galleries, antiques, restaurants, coffee shops, and more.
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Northwest Portland/Nob Hill
  • Northwest Portland/Nob Hill
  • Whether you're traipsing past NW 23rd Ave.'s bohemian boutiques or ducking out of the rain into a bike shop on NW 21st Ave., you're sure to have a versatile experience while shopping in Nob Hill and Northwest Portland.
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Pearl District
  • Pearl District
  • Portland's Pearl District was originally called the "Northwest Industrial Triangle," denoting its role as a railroad yard and warehousing hub; however, its name and purpose have changed.
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Pioneer Place
  • Pioneer Place
  • Pioneer Place is a shopping mall as eclectic as the city it calls home. Located in the heart of Portland, this stylish complex filled with shopping, dining, and entertainment offers plenty of choices.
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Portland Saturday Market
  • Portland Saturday Market
  • In a city with a big heart for art, it is no wonder that Portland is home to the nation's largest continually operated outdoor market. An array of painters, welders, chefs, jewelry makers, musicians—any artisan one could imagine—set up shop in the Old Town/Chinatown area.
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Powell's Books
  • Powell's Books
  • The largest bookstore in the world and an institution in Portland since 1971, Powell's Book Store anchors an entire city block in the popular Pearl District, succeeding in its widely advertised...
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  • Sellwood
  • Flourishing in the midst of two historic communities, the Sellwood-Westmoreland neighborhood is filled with antique shops and retail stores. But there's much more to Sellwood than shopping.
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