Pittock Mansion’s Highlights of 2017

From extreme winter weather to a successful holiday season, 2017 was an eventful year at Pittock Mansion. Revisit 2017’s biggest moments below!

 

Portland experienced extreme winter weather and Pittock Mansion was snowed in for several days.

 

Our exhibit A Golden Age of Poster Design showed visitors the beauty of antique posters.

 

A landslide on the Wildwood Trail blocked NW Pittock Drive, restricting public access to the Mansion until it was cleared.

 

Pittock Mansion members enjoyed a special history of chocolate lecture and tasting with AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate.

 

The Gate Lodge’s water-damaged portico was restored by Portland Parks & Recreation.

 

Locals and tourists from across the globe observed the solar eclipse from Pittock Mansion’s grounds.

 

Visitors discovered 60 artifacts not usually on display in our Untold Stories of Pittock Mansion Treasures exhibit.

 

Visitors learned about the Mansion’s construction through touch with our Hands-On History Artifact Cart.

 

Smoke from wildfires across the Pacific Northwest obscured the Mansion’s views of downtown Portland and Mount Hood.

 

We had the pleasure of hosting the council from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the leading voice for the preservation of significant places representing our country’s diverse cultural experience.

 

Portland Parks & Recreation installed a new drain system to prevent water intrusion by the Mansion’s French doors.

 

Visitors discovered the harp in a hands-on music experience with local harpist Misty Williams.

 

A Very Portland Christmas was enjoyed by 20,646 visitors during the holiday season.

 

Pittock Mansion welcomed at total of 123,000 visitors in 2017–a new record!

Thank you for your support in 2017!

Hours

January CLOSED
Feb. – May 10am – 4pm Daily
Jun. – Labor Day 10am – 5pm Daily
Labor Day – Dec. 10am – 4pm Daily
Thanksgiving CLOSED
Christmas Day CLOSED

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Admission

Members FREE
Adults $11.00
Seniors (65+) $10.00
Youth (ages 6–18) $8.00
Children under 6 FREE