Plan Your Visit





Pittock Mansion participates in the Arts for All program. Visitors who receive food stamps through SNAP and have an Oregon Trail Card can buy up to 2 admission tickets for $5 each. Present your Oregon Trail Card at admissions at the time of purchase. Visit the Arts for All page for more information.

The Blue Star Museums program allows free admission for active duty military, including National Guard and Reserve, with valid ID and up to five family members.

The 2023 Blue Star Museums program begins on Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 20, 2023 and ends on Labor Day, Monday, September 4, 2023.

Blue Star Museums is a partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts and Blue Star Families, in collaboration with the Department of Defense and museums across America, offering free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve.


Pittock Mansion in summer


Pittock Mansion's Gate Lodge


View of Portland from Pittock Mansion



Visitors are welcome to take photos of Pittock Mansion as well as casual commemorative photos of each other. No flash photography indoors.

Pittock Mansion staff or contracted photographers may photograph or film visitors to the museum. By entering the premises, you consent to the use of your likeness for educational or promotional purposes by Pittock Mansion, its affiliates and representatives. If you or someone you are with does not want to be photographed, please inform the photographer or a visitor services representative.

Visitors seeking to use the Mansion as a backdrop or “set” for portraits, artistic photography, or a film must submit a commercial photography & filming request. All requests are subject to approval, include facility rental fees, and must take place outside of Pittock Mansion’s normal hours of operation.



How do I get to Pittock Mansion?


Bus + Walk

Take Trimet bus 20-Burnside/Stark to Beaverton TC* to bus stop at W Burnside and NW Barnes (stop ID #687). Walk the half mile uphill following “Pittock Mansion” street signs to reach the 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.



For directions, please visit Google Maps. Some GPS systems have incorrect directions to a dead-end street. The best way to find Pittock Mansion is to follow the street signs on Burnside.

  • From Downtown

Travel West on W Burnside. About 2 miles past NW 23rd you will see a sign for Pittock Mansion at a yellow flashing light. Turn right at the light onto NW Barnes road. Follow the green and white signs to Pittock Mansion.

  • From the West (Hillsboro, Beaverton, etc.)

Travel East on Hwy 26. Take the Sylvan exit and cross over the freeway, placing you on Skyline Blvd. Take Skyline to Burnside, turn right onto Burnside and go through a small tunnel. Look for the yellow flashing light and the Pittock Mansion sign. Turn left at the light onto NW Barnes Rd. Follow the green and white signs to Pittock Mansion.

  • From the East (Gresham, Fairview, etc.)

Take I-84 Westbound into downtown Portland. Take the City Center exit, turn right onto SW 2nd or SW 4th, and then turn left onto W Burnside. Take Burnside West and follow the above directions from downtown.

  • From the North (Vancouver, Seattle, etc.)

Take I-5 South to I-405, follow the signs carefully to the W Burnside exit. Turn right onto W Burnside and follow the above directions from downtown.

  • From the South (Salem, Wilsonville, etc.)

Take I-5 North and take the City Center exit to 12th street. Turn left on W Burnside and follow the above directions from downtown.

Is parking available on site?

The parking lot at Pittock Mansion is part of the Portland Parks and Recreation “Pay to Park” system. For more information on parking and rates, please visit

Please note: During peak use, the parking lot may be completely full at times. Peak use is June through August and mid-November through December—especially on weekends. We encourage visitors during those peak times to use alternative transportation such as cabs, car sharing services, Trimet, or hiking up. Please note that there is limited parking in the Pittock Mansion parking lot which is managed by the Portland Parks. We encourage visitors to use the Parking Kitty (please download the app in advance) or use ride share to ensure a great experience during our high-volume holiday season.

Is Pittock Mansion wheelchair accessible?

Pittock Mansion has a designated accessible entrance and elevator. The Gate Lodge is currently not wheelchair accessible.

Please note: Motor scooters and larger wheelchairs will not fit in our original 1914 Otis elevator. The Mansion has two standard size wheelchairs for visitors who are able to move from one chair to the other either by themselves or with assistance from a caretaker available on a first-come-first-served basis. Our elevator is over 100 years old and requires routine maintenance and repairs. Please call Visitor Services at 503.823.3624 prior to visit if you have any questions regarding accessibility.

Can I tour Pittock Mansion with a stroller?

Pittock Mansion is a historic house museum and not designed for stroller use. Please consider leaving strollers behind. Strollers can be used, but visitors will need to be able to carry them up and down the stairs. Visitors also have the option of checking their strollers at admissions or the main entrance to the Mansion.

Does Pittock Mansion allow pets?

No pets are allowed in Pittock Mansion, The Gate Lodge, or Garage. Pets are allowed on the Mansion’s grounds, but owners must adhere to all City of Portland ordinances regarding pets in public spaces.

Service Animals

Pittock Mansion does allow service animals as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Under the ADA, Pittock Mansion staff are allowed to ask the following questions:

  • Is the service animal required because of a disability?
  • What work or task has the dog been trained to perform?

Please note: Emotional support, therapy, and service-dogs-in-training are not recognized as legal service animals under the ADA and are therefore considered to be pets.

Learn more on the Americans with Disabilities Act website.

Can I take photographs or film at Pittock Mansion?

Visitors are welcome to take photos of the interior of Pittock Mansion as well as casual commemorative photos of each other.

Visitors seeking to use the Mansion as a backdrop or “set” for portrait or artistic photography or as a set for a film must submit a commercial photography or film request. All commercial and film requests are subject to approval, include facility rental fees, and must take place outside of normal hours of operation. Learn More

Does Pittock Mansion have refreshments on site?

Light snacks are available for purchase in Pittock Mansion’s Museum Store. Please enjoy your food/beverages before entering the museum.

For a list of nearby restaurants, visit Travel Portland’s website.

Can I purchase merchandise at Pittock Mansion?

A visit to Pittock Mansion would not be complete without stopping in the Pittock Mansion Museum Store. Our Museum Store is located in the Garage building and offers items including period-inspired men’s and women’s accessories, décor, toys and games, history books, and holiday decorations.

Can I host a private event at Pittock Mansion?

Pittock Mansion is a historic house museum and has limited private event opportunities. Pittock Mansion is not available to rent for weddings. Event requests can be emailed to Lauren Hasenmiller at

How do I request donated tickets for a fundraiser?

Pittock Mansion is currently honoring a limited amount of donation requests in support of fundraising for local nonprofits and schools. Please use the Donation Request Form to submit your request.