OUR TOUR SPONSORS
The Amico Group - The Hasson Co.
Anita Singh Cardoso - The Hasson Co.        
        Antoinette Antique and Estate Jewelry
Bar Mingo
Besaw's Café (good luck with your move)
Cerulean Skies Winery
Child's Play Toys
Crackerjacks Pub & Eatery
The Dan Volkmer Team
Elephants Delicatessen
Food Front Cooperative Grocery
Giulietti/Schouten AIA Architects
Holiday Inn Express
Jim & Patty's Coffee: Immediate Care Center
Leo Jacobs - The Hasson Co
Lompoc Tavern
Lowthian & Lowthian - Realty Trust Group
McMenamins Tavern & Pool
Meriwether's Restaurant & Skyline Farm
Nob Hill Bar & Grill
NW Portland Hostel & Guesthouse
OnPoint Community Credit Union
Oxalis
Pitman Family Dentistry
Salt & Straw
Santa Fe Taqueria
Sasha Welford - Debbie Thomas Real Estate
SELCO Community Credit Union
Serratto Restaurant & Bar
Slabtown Community Festival
Sniff Dog Hotel
21st Avenue Bar & Grill
Twist Frozen Yogurt & Coffee Bar
Uptown EyeCare & Optical, P.C.
Vintners Cellar
Windermere Stellare

No Tours May 7th
Portland Expose Yourself to Art Day

Slabtour Tours Staff are Volunteering on the following tours and will not be leading tours during these events

May 16th joining fellow historian Kim Moreland for
Oregon Black Pioneer Bus Tour
8:30am-6pm
Purchase Tickets at this Link
$48.47/each


Fourth Annual Walking Tour of Historic Homes
Sunday June 21, 2015
11am-4pm
"Restored City Homes of the Historic Goldsmith Addition"
Purchase Tickets at this link
$25/each



Our Tours in the News!
"Ryerson and business partner Tanya March lead walking
tours of the (Slabtown) area. 'This is the Hollywood and
Vine of Slabtown,' Ryerson said recently, standing near
the intersection of Northwest 23rd and Savier Street.
Behind him was a house built by Daniel Kern in 1882,
the oldest structure on Northwest 23rd. It's now
a chiropractor's office."

                                       --Rebecca Koffman, The Oregonian
                                                                       September, 2014


Northwest Tour #1
Nob Hill
Alphabet District

Thursdays at 11:00 a.m.
Saturdays at 11:00 a.m.

 

Northwest Tour #2
Historic
Slabtown

Thursdays at 1:00 p.m.
Saturdays at 2:00 p.m.


Northwest Tour #3
Historic Homes
Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
or by appointment for
parties of six or more.

Northwest Tour #4
A Night With Ghosts:
Haunted History in NW Portland

Every Friday the 13th
at 5:30 PM
And Multiple Dates in October 2015.
Adding 21+ nights ever second Thursday for Summer 2015

TOUR RATES

Adults - $20
Seniors (65+) $18
Youths (11-17) $18
Children (5-10) $10
Tots - Free

Private Group Tours
and
School Field Trips
Rates Available


We Accept
VISA
MasterCard
American Express
and Discover


RESERVATIONS
REQUIRED

Text 971.302.3926
or email 
mikeshistorytours@gmail.com

Snail Mail 

Slabtown Tours
PO Box 83253
Portland, OR
97283


Tour Guide
Tanya Lyn March PhD
Will be leading the tours 2015. 

About your tour guide . . .


Former Northwest Portlander Tanya Lyn March received her
doctoral degree in Urban Studies from Portland State University
in 2010, focusing on historic preservation and community
development. She has a master's degree in Historic Preservation
from Columbia University and is raising two young boys who
attend Metropolitan Learning Center in Northwest Portland.
She is currently working on a book about home front experiences
of children who lived in the Guild's Lake Courts war housing
in Northwest Portland during World War II.
Check out her history treasured blog at:
http://historicpreservationclub.blogspot.com.

For guided walking tour reservations, information about slide presentations, or Northwest Portland historic research, updates on honoring Mike Ryerson 

 e-mail Tanya March at mikeshistorytours@gmail.com 
 
or
 call her mobil number 971-302-3926


Slabtown Nob Hill Fun 
Fact #16



This building at Thurman and NW 24th was designed by Emil Schact and Son in 1912 to show motion pictures. 

1912: Ideal Theater
1927: The Senate 
1929: The Blue Bird
1944: Elmo
1951: The Crown
Closed December 1953

The building is offices and storefronts today and the 24th Avenue facade has a charming and readable ghost sign for the old Ideal Theater.  More history of the building and images can be found on my blog.-Tanya March