Walking Tour of Historic St Johns

An Identity All its Own

St Johns was a separate, incorporated city from 1902 until it was annexed into the City of Portland in 1915. With a distinctive development history and one of the most beautiful suspension bridges on the West Coast, this neighborhood has an identity all it’s own.

We’ll stroll though the historic center of St Johns and then make our way down to Cathedral Park for an up close view of the landmark St Johns Bridge. Along the way we’ll see why this area has a reputation for its own very Portlandesque vibe.

We’ll start at the McMenamins Theater & Pub and end up in Cathedral Park under the iconic bridge.


McMenamins St. Johns Theater & Pub
8203 N Ivanhoe St
Portland, OR 97203


Approx. 2 1/2 hours


$15.  Cash or check accepted at the start of the tour, or you may pay online.


Easy – covers less than two miles.


Dress for the weather!

Tour Location
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