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Oregon Maritime Center & Museum

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113 Southwest Naito Parkway
Between the Morrison and Burnside bridges
Portland, OR 97201



Portland might be known as the city of roses but it's also a city of rivers, carved through by the Willamette and crowned by the mighty Columbia as it makes a final push seaward - so it should come as no surprise to find that this inland destination also has an extensive maritime history. Check out all vessels water-worthy at the Oregon Maritime Center & Museum while you're exploring downtown, and brush up on boats in a bottle, ancient sailing ships and salty sea lore.

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Wednesday-Sunday: 11am-4pm

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