Portland's 1914 Pittock Mansion is an architectural landmark that tells the story of the city's transformation from a small lumber town into a bustling city. Today, the nonprofit Pittock Mansion Society and Portland Parks and Recreation collaborate to operate the museum and the surrounding 46-acre public park. All floors of Pittock Mansion are elevator accessible to those able to transfer to a manual/push wheelchair. The 1913 elevator cannot accommodate powered chairs or scooters, due to its size and weight limitations. The Gate Lodge is not handicap accessible.