Shop ‘Til You Drop in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
Tax-free shopping abounds in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley, with everything from high-end retail centers to antique shops and specialty boutiques. Convenient access and free parking minimizes headaches and maximizes shopping time!
After a hearty, power-shopping breakfast on your own, start the day at Bridgeport Village, one of the Pacific Northwest’s premier fashion and lifestyle shopping centers. Consisting of 500,000 square feet, the center offers one-of-a-kind boutiques and well-known brands including crowd-pleasers such as the Apple Store, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th and J. Crew.
Tea aficionados flock to the Stash Tea Retail Store, which features more than 200 varieties of loose-leaf and bagged teas made with leaves from around the globe. As one of the first internationally recognized tea brands, Stash Tea remains a pioneer of Oregon tea.
Next, visit Washington Square, a shopper’s paradise, with five major department stores–including Oregon’s largest Nordstrom–170 distinctive shops and diverse selection of eateries, perfect for a mid-shopping snack or a full meal. Out-of-area visitors can save even more with the Shopping & Dining Visitor Rewards Book.
For something entirely different, experience Powell’s Books at Cedar Hills Crossing. This sister location to the famed Powell’s City of Books, located in downtown Portland, is an ideal addition to a Washington County shopping itinerary. At 32,500 square feet, filled with new and used books, appearances by noteworthy authors, and a knowledgeable, book-loving staff, this bookstore is a haven for bibliophiles.
End the day of tax-free shopping at The Streets of Tanasbourne, which mixes European charm with the convenience of a retail center. Enjoy tax-free shopping at more than 50 fabulous shops including REI, Macy’s and H&M. Rest your tired feet and enjoy a meal at the retail center’s newest eatery, The Rock – Wood Fired Pizza, which specializes in burgers, sandwiches and wraps, pasta, calzones, and, of course, wood fired pizza.
Tualatin Valley’s hotels are close to Portland and have many urban amenities, but are only a fraction of the cost.
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley is home to a wide range of world-class craft beverages and cuisine.
Located in the northern Willamette Valley, we are the gateway to Oregon wine country, Portland’s next-door neighbor.