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The state of Oregon is home to a host of wild animals and one of the Pacific Northwest's hippest cities; Portland. Such a striking combination means that there are innumerable things to do in Oregon. List of some of the best things to do in Oregon:

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

This is one of the most educational things to do in Portland Oregon, with a lot of fun for an entire family. Interactive exhibits are the museums specialty, and visitors of all ages will find endless delights in the halls of this great museum. It also features the first IMAX Theater to come to the Pacific Northwest.

Portland Saturday Market

This is the oldest and largest continuously running outdoor market in the Pacific Northwest. This outdoor market is held under the Burnside Bridge in downtown Portland.

Portland Art Museum

The Portland Art Museum features a permanent art collection that focuses heavily on Native American art, and visiting exhibits are equally impressive.

Portland Rose Garden

This is one of the oldest gardens of its kind still operating in the world, and the collection outdoes itself from one year to the next. Themed gardens and simply outstanding rose sections create the perfect place for a picnic or stroll in Portland.

Oregon Zoo

As the areas premier zoo, The Oregon Zoo has long been recognized as a major breeding site for the successful proliferation of elephants, but today the zoo is home to hundreds of species.

Ski Oregon

Timberline Lodge, Ski Bowl and the Mt. Bachelor Resort Village are three of Oregon's most trafficked areas

Oregon Coast Aquarium

Located along the Oregon coast in Newport, Oregon, the Oregon Coast Aquarium is the biggest and best of its kind in the nation.

Crater Lake: in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, is one of the more stunning sites to be seen in Oregon and in the Pacific Northwest. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and as with most crater lakes was created with the collapse of a volcano. Crater Lake is the seventh deepest lake in the world.

Mazama Village: is a nearby camping and RV area, and in the village travelers will find a restaurant, lodging, and a small camp store with typical camping supplies.

The Cascades Bonneville Dam: is one of the eastern most stops in Oregon.

The Willamette Valley:

Willamette Valley is located in northwest Oregon. The Willamette River flows through the valley and travels on to meet up with the Columbia River near Portland, Oregon. This lush valley has long been the idyllic place for growing fruit of all kinds. Willamette Valley wineries are making a splash in world wine market, and visitors to this special area of the Pacific Northwest are in for a big treat when planning a trip to Willamette Valley vineyards. Today agriculture keeps the Willamette Valley special.

Wallowa Lake Tramway:

Enjoy a scenic ride on a tram to the top of Mt. Howard. The summit provides spectacular winter views of the Wallowa Mountains, the deep blue waters of Wallowa Lake, the majestic peaks of the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area, the distant Seven Devil Mountains of Idaho and the Wallowa Valley below with the communities of Joseph, Enterprise, and Wallowa in the distance.

Tillamook Air Museum:

Exhibits include a collection of aircraft from World War II as well as over 100 photographs and other memorabilia.

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