Free Shuttle from W Burnside & NW Barnes Bus Stop

July 21 – Labor Day, take the FREE shuttle from the Trimet #20 bus* stop at W Burnside and NW Barnes (stop ID #687) to Pittock Mansion!

Shuttle pick-up and drop off is located at the gravel turnout at W Burnside and NW Barnes.

Shuttle runs every 30 minutes from 10am -5pm and is provided by a 12-passenger van marked with a sign identifying it as the shuttle to Pittock Mansion.

*Note: Some #20 buses end service before Pittock Mansion’s stop. Be sure the bus’s electronic sign says “to Beaverton TC” or ask the driver.

Please note shuttle vans are not wheelchair accessible. (TriMet offers some door-to-door neighborhood shuttle service through their Ride Connection program.  Find out more at http://trimet.org/access/index.htm) Shuttle vans may have extra cargo space for strollers, but do not have children’s seats for transportation.

Shuttle is provided thanks to a partnership with America’s HUB World Tours.

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Untold Stories of Pittock Mansion Treasures

Souvenir from an 1898 trip to Czech spa town Marienbad.

On view through Nov. 12

Pittock Mansion has artifacts whose stories are rarely told:  a punch bowl purchased as a souvenir from an 1898 trip to a Czech spa town, a toy swing Governor Tom McCall played with as a child, a still life painting by Oregon free spirit and activist C.E.S. Wood. In this exhibit, explore the histories of lesser-known—but equally compelling—objects.

Summer Music Series

Wednesdays & Fridays, June 2 – Aug. 30 from 3pm – 5pm
Free with museum admission based on volunteer availability

Join us for live piano music in the Music Room! Local volunteer musicians will play the 1887 rosewood Steinway grand piano that Henry Pittock’s children and grandchildren played.

Behind the Scenes Tour

Aug. 26 at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, or 3pm

Admission: Members $7*
Non-members $19*

*Reservations and prepayment are required due to demand.
The Behind the Scenes Tour is not recommended for children under 10.

If you ever wondered, “What’s behind that door?” while visiting Portland’s historic Pittock Mansion, take our Behind the Scenes Tour!

On Behind the Scenes Tours mansion guides lead small groups through areas of the mansion not ordinarily open to the public during regular tours.

This special tour explores underground hallways that lead to the original furnace room, vault, electrical panels, and elevator maintenance room. The tour also will examine the early 20th-century innovations incorporated when the home was built in 1914 by the forward-thinking industrialist and Oregonian publisher Henry Pittock and his wife Georgiana.

The tour then winds up the servants’ stairs to the mansion’s third floor, which is rarely open to visitors. Third-floor rooms include Henry Pittock’s private den, storage rooms, and the servants’ bedrooms and bathroom. Visitors also get to enjoy the view from the third-floor terrace.

These special tours are offered in addition to the mansion’s regularly scheduled tours. Visitors are encouraged to take both tours. The Behind the Scenes Tour takes about 45 minutes. Regular public tours last about an hour.

Call 503.823.3624 to make a reservation.

 

Behind the Scenes Tour

Sept. 23 at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, or 3pm

Admission: Members $7*
Non-members $19*

*Reservations and prepayment are required due to demand.
The Behind the Scenes Tour is not recommended for children under 10.

If you ever wondered, “What’s behind that door?” while visiting Portland’s historic Pittock Mansion, take our Behind the Scenes Tour!

On Behind the Scenes Tours mansion guides lead small groups through areas of the mansion not ordinarily open to the public during regular tours.

This special tour explores underground hallways that lead to the original furnace room, vault, electrical panels, and elevator maintenance room. The tour also will examine the early 20th-century innovations incorporated when the home was built in 1914 by the forward-thinking industrialist and Oregonian publisher Henry Pittock and his wife Georgiana.

The tour then winds up the servants’ stairs to the mansion’s third floor, which is rarely open to visitors. Third-floor rooms include Henry Pittock’s private den, storage rooms, and the servants’ bedrooms and bathroom. Visitors also get to enjoy the view from the third-floor terrace.

These special tours are offered in addition to the mansion’s regularly scheduled tours. Visitors are encouraged to take both tours. The Behind the Scenes Tour takes about 45 minutes. Regular public tours last about an hour.

Call 503.823.3624 to make a reservation.

 

Hours

June – Sept. 4 10am – 5pm Daily
Sept. 5 – Dec. 31 10am – 4pm Daily
Nov. 17 – 19 CLOSED
Thanksgiving Day CLOSED
Christmas Day CLOSED
January CLOSED
Feb. – May 10am – 4pm Daily

 

Admission

Members FREE
Adults $10.00
Seniors (65+) $9.00
Youth (ages 6–18) $7.00
Children under 6 FREE

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