For music lovers, dozens of big name artists and acts are coming here, appearing in venues like Edgefield Manor, The Amphitheater (just across the Columia River in Clark Co. WA), the Newmark Theater, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and the Crystal Ballroom, among many other spots.
Portland boasts numerous live theaters and many repertory and art film theaters. We offer a host of art, photography and historical museums, as well as the broadest array of galleries around. Performances of dance, classical music and readings are also featured year-round. Popular stand-up comedians come here every week.
Before the show, enjoy dinner at one of our City’s world-class restaurants, recently selected as the hottest “foodie” city in the U.S. French, Italian, Greek, Chinese, Mexican, Thai….you name it, Portland has got it.
If any of these activities, plus many more, appeal to you, here’s what we suggest: go to a large newspaper retailer in your city and purchase a copy of any Friday issue of “The Oregonian,” Portland’s largest newspaper, and then dig out the a&e (Arts & Entertainment) section. Check out the attractions and restaurants that appeal to you and plan a visit. A well-publicized event through May 6 is at the Portland Art Museum and is entitled: “Minimalism/Postminimalism; Selections.”
Also, don’t forget that NBA basketball is featured at the Rose Garden and several Las Vegas-style gambling casinos are within easy driving distance.
You can make your reservations at The Fulton House at any time on our website — www.thefultonhouse.com We’re located right in the city, just a few minutes from city center. Or walk a short block and take a bus or two short blocks and take the trolley.