Portland's Finest

Historic House Museum

Our History

Henry Pittock and Georgiana Burton Pittock

Built in 1914, Pittock Mansion tells the story of Portland’s transformation from pioneer town to modern, industrialized city through the history and legacy of one its most influential families, the Pittocks. Saved from demolition by dedicated citizens in 1964, the Mansion and surrounding estate was purchased by the City of Portland and opened to the public as a historic house museum.

In 2007, the nonprofit Pittock Mansion Society took over museum operations. The Society works in collaboration with Portland Parks & Recreation to operate and preserve the historic buildings. Pittock Mansion is supported by general admission, memberships, donations, grants, and museum store purchases.

Pittock Mansion Blueprint

Plan Your Visit

FAQs

Hours, Admission, Directions, Parking, Accessibility & Photography Policy

Tours

Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours,
Group Sales & Discovery Tour Field Trips

Exhibits

Permanent Collection & Rotating Exhibits

FAQs

Hours, Admission, Directions, Parking, Accessibility & Photography Policy

Tours

Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours,
Group Sales & Discovery Tour Field Trips

Exhibits

Permanent Collection & Rotating Exhibits

Vintage Bicycle

Events

Want more to see more? Check out Pittock Mansion’s exhibits, tours, and events including our Behind the Scenes Tours and Day Camp for Kids: Life in 1914!

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Your Support Matters

Pittock Mansion is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and is here today because of the support of people like you.

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