Pittock Mansion was a home of the Portland pioneers and most influential people Henry and his wife Georgiana Pittock. Construction of the beautiful mansion began in 1909 and completed in 1914. Currently, a 46-acre estate is owned by the city's Bureau of Parks and Recreation. The 23-room house provides panoramic views of the city and the Mount Hood from 1,000 feet above sea level. It is considered to be the best Mount Hood watching site.
The estate features a yard that is wonderful for picnics and greenhouse; several buildings including the Italianate gate lodge, servant’s residence, and three-car garage. Pittock Mansion is a unique historic resource full of rich history and remarkable stories.
The French Renaissance Revival mansion combines English, French, and Turkish architecture and has a great collection of historic furnishings, music instruments, art, and artifacts. The stories of how these items were acquired are breathtaking. The mansion was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
Wildwood Trail from Washington Park to Forest Park crosses the Pittock Mansion area.
February - June from 11 am to 4 pm
July - September 4 from 10 am to 5 pm
September 5 - December 31 11 am- 4 pm
January - Closed