The Stadium Scene is as eclectic as the District’s assorted architecture of modern and historic dwellings.  With convenient accessibility and array of activities, the Stadium Scene has something to offer all interests.

Hardcore Timbers’ and Thorns’ fans will find fellowship with the Rose City Riveters and the Timbers Army who are known for never-ending chants, songs, red or green-colored smoke and giant flags.

From sugary donuts in pink coffee shops to dark ale in sports bars—foodies can choose from a smorgasbord of good eats and venues.

Theater-goers are in for a real treat.  The Artists Repertory has been producing home grown creative works and hosting national sensations for more the three decades.

History buffs and nature lovers will be able to stretch their legs while strolling through time.  The Stadium District includes one of Portland’s original neighborhoods which was established in 1845.  Lincoln High School, established in 1869, is the oldest high school in the Northwest and has resided in the Stadium District since 1950.

Walking along the shaded, majestic tree-lined residential streets, you will see some of the best examples of Portland’s architecture, both old and new.  Turning a corner may feel like traveling through time as you pass under balconies of modern apartment building and find yourself in the shadow of a 100-year-old Portland four-square.