Founded in 1917, the International Rose Test Garden in
Portland continues to amaze visitors with manicured displays of more than
Free Things to Do in Portland: Be Amazed with the “World’s Smallest Park”
More like a collection of garden plants, Mill Ends Park in Portland has been dubbed the smallest in the world.
Free Things to Do in Portland: Enjoy the Outdoors at Forest Park
This wooded area spans more than 5000 acres of land and has
trails for biking and hiking. It’s a popular place to watch the birds and enjoy
the beauty of nature. You might also want to check out the Witch’s Castle
within the park that is rumored to be haunted.
This Catholic sanctuary is renowned for the Pieta replica within it. It also has serene botanical gardens and a grotto. While the upper level gardens require admission, the public is welcome to visit the lower gardens, chapel, grotto, gift shop and visitor center free of charge.
The Historic Belmont Firehouse holds an open house each
Wednesday, from 9:00am until 3:00pm. On the second Saturday of each month, it also
hosts “Safety Saturday”, allowing visitors to view the exhibits and learn more
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