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Washington Park is one of the oldest, best-loved, and well-used parks in Portland.
Within Washington Park, you’ll find the Japanese Garden and International Rose Test Garden, which are adjacent to one another on the more developed east side of the park. On the west side of the park (farther from the city center), you’ll find not only the Hoyt Arboretum but also the Oregon Zoo, World Forestry Center, and the Children’s Museum 2nd Generation.
Includes disabled access: park play area, disabled access: park restroom, fountain, gift shop, historical site, paths – paved, paths – unpaved, picnic site – reservable, picnic tables, playground, soccer field, stage – outdoor, statue or public art, tennis court – outdoor, trails – hiking, visitor attraction, vista point and wedding site – reservable.
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