715 Southwest Morrison Street
Portland, OR 97205
+1 503 223 1613
Built in the 1860s, this courthouse was the first on the West Coast and was Portland's first restoration project. It is still a federal building for the United States Court of Appeals and the U.S. Post Office. You can climb a stairway up to the cupola and get a view of downtown and Pioneer Courthouse Square
— you will almost always have the lookout to yourself, since most people do not know the building is open to the public for free. Plan and organize some of your most educational events here. For more information, visit the website or call ahead.