Portland's Finest

Historic House Museum

EXHIBIT

THE THRILL OF THE CLIMB: THE PITTOCKS AND EARLY MOUNTAINEERING IN OREGON

On view March 1, 2022 through July 3, 2022

George E. Williams, Cooper Spur Party (1894)
Mazama Library & Historical Collections

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.

Pittock Mansion Blueprint

PLAN YOUR VISIT

HOURS

Regular Hours
10am–4pm

opens at noon on Tuesdays
Summer Hours (June–Labor Day)
10am–5pm

opens at noon on Tuesdays

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and January maintenance days

ADMISSIONS

Members: FREE
Adults: $14.50
Seniors (65+): $12.50
Youth (ages 6–18): $10.50
Children (under 6): FREE

ADDRESS

3229 NW Pittock Drive
Portland, OR 97210

Directions, parking and accessibility information available in our FAQs

HOURS

Regular Hours
10am–4pm

opens at noon on Tuesdays
Summer Hours (June–Labor Day)
10am–5pm

opens at noon on Tuesdays

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and January maintenance days

ADMISSIONS

Members: FREE
Adults: $14.50
Seniors (65+): $12.50
Youth (ages 6–18): $10.50
Children (under 6): FREE

ADDRESS

3229 NW Pittock Drive
Portland, OR 97210

Directions, parking and accessibility information available in our FAQs

LECTURE
Thursday, July 21
6–7:30PM
Regular Price $10
Member discount applies

BEYOND THE BLACK PIONEER—OREGON IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL BLACK HISTORY