eBook: 365 Weird Things to Do in Portland, Oregon

HomeebookeBook: 365 Weird Things to Do in Portland, Oregon
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  • A compendium of people, places, events, and things that make Portland, Oregon weird
  • Your companion for your visit to Portland, Oregon: Experience “Old Portland” to its fullest
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The slogan “Keep Portland Weird” has become Oregon’s biggest city’s unofficial motto and mantra. Thanks to a slew of positive press and the TV show Portlandia, whose premise pegs Portland as the breeding ground for the strange and the unusual, people flock to Portland to bask in its weirdness. But what’s so weird about Portland, Oregon anyway? Tired from walking through a farmers market one day, we sat down over some pints of craft beer to compile this list of 365 weird things to do in Portland, Oregon—one for every day of the year!

The e-book 365 Weird Things to Do in Portland, Oregon showcases the bizarre and hilarious people, places, and things that keep Portland weird. Our recommendations focus on what makes Portland unique, like our small, independent businesses, and what makes it diverse, such as the people who work hard and play hard here.


Preview 99 of 365 things that make Portland weird in this article.

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1 review for eBook: 365 Weird Things to Do in Portland, Oregon

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Schlessinger

    Longtime Portland residents Peter Korchnak and Lindsay Sauvé are connoisseurs of weird, which makes them the perfect guides to a city internationally renowned for its abundance of strange and quirky charm. They cover the classics for first-time visitors – Voodoo Donuts, themed bike rides – while also highlighting the off-the-beaten-path places and people that truly keep Portland weird. Where else will you find a guidebook that tells you where to go to “have velvet Amy Winehouse watch you eat fried chicken” or “pet a superhero pig”?

    As a fellow Portlander who lives for the tiny horses, parading mermaids, and unicycling Star Wars villains that can’t be found anywhere else on Earth, I must say y’all captured the spirit of our fair city quite well.

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