Historic Peninsula Park Neighborhood

Portland’s City Beautiful Crown Jewel

Peninsula Park (1909) was Portland’s first public Rose Garden and is the crown jewel of the city’s park system with gardens and pavilions designed in the City Beautiful tradition of landscape architecture.

The neighborhood is also the site of Jefferson High School (1908), North Portland Public Library (1913), and the now vacant Mt Hood Masonic Temple (1923).

We’ll start and end the tour at the unique McMenamin’s Chapel Pub (1932) that was both a wedding chapel and funeral home! (pictured above) Optional post tour gathering for beverage and conversation.


Mc Menamin’s Chapel Pub
430 N Killingsworth St
Portland, OR 97217


Approx. 2 hours


$10.  Cash or check accepted at the start of the tour, or you may pay online.


Easy – a walk on easy urban terrain.


Look for us on the open porch on the west side of the Chapel Pub.   Dress for the weather!

Tour Location
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