Originally its own city, Sellwood was annexed by Portland in 1893. It is linked to southwest Portland by the Sellwood Bridge, the southernmost bridge in the city. Sellwood has art galleries and antique shops alongside restaurants and coffee shops. If you are looking for antiques, head to Antique Row on SE 13th Avenue. This neighborhood is pedestrian, family-friendly and offers easy parking.
Getting Around Portland
The best way to get around Portland is by using public transportation and walking. Portland's public transit TriMet buses and light-rail trains are accessible and efficient. You can hop on the light-rail from the Portland International Airport (PDX) and get into the city for $2.50, which is much cheaper than cab fare. Day passes work on all forms of Portland public transit and begin at $5 for adults.
- Portland International Aiport-PDX
Things to Do and See Near Sellwood-Moreland
- Portland Air National Guard Base
- Jacob Kamm House
- Willamette Meteorite
- University of Portland
- Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge
- Portland City Hall
- Rose Garden
- Portland International Airport
- Portland State University
- Veterans Memorial Coliseum