Architectural Heritage Center

The Architectural Heritage Center educates and advocates for the preservation of Portland’s historic built environment and diverse cultural heritage. Each year we organize over 100 public programs, docent-led tours, and a rotating series of gallery exhibitions on a wide variety of topics about Portland’s past, present, and future.

Portland’s architecture and neighborhoods reflect the city’s cultural and ethnic diversity. Our education programs and tours promote conversations about how our historic built environment has over time shaped and been shaped by the rich and multi-layered fabric of our society and our contemporary environment. Our advocacy is directed at keeping Portland a just, sustainable, and livable city.

The Architectural Heritage Center is owned and operated by the Bosco-Milligan Foundation.

To get involved in our work, sign up to be on our email list.

New exhibit opens on November 16!

Galleries are closed for installation until the exhibit opening.
Our next exhibit features architect Will Martin, best known as the designer of Pioneer Courthouse Square, and captures the full range of Martin’s creative work as an architect, artist, and imaginative thinker.

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701 SE Grand Avenue | Portland, Oregon 97214
HOURS
Wed-Sat | 10am-5pm
ADMISSION
$5.00 General Public
AHC Members Free!
CALL OR EMAIL
503-231-7264
info@VisitAHC.org

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     Photos by Nina Johnson.