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Lan Su Chinese Garden

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Botanical Gardens, Nature Centers, Parks

239 NW Everett St, Portland, OR 97209


Today: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Calm and Cool

A great way to escape the hustle of Downtown. The water cools you. The serenity will calm you. A little on the pricey side (6.50 for adults) but worth the admission. See beautiful chinese structures and wonderful flowers. Located in Chinatown district.

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Every Step is a Story

Try to take the tour that they offer, it gives you so much more appreciation and background to what the garden has to offer. Although the garden is not very big, every step and every corner has been given detailed consideration. I find it amazing that they were able to ship so many pieces of the garden from Suzhou, China. The free guided tour is also an excellent way to learn about symbolism within Chinese culture.

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Quiet Spot in Busy City

I love this place, it's sooooo peaceful and pretty in all seasons- it's my place to decompress.

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Skip the Classical Chinese Gardens

The Gardens are not very big or impressive. Admission is overpriced for what they offer.

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My backyard

The Chinese Garden is my backyard. I live in a condo close in Portland and have no garden. I walk to the garden, read a box, drink tea and just sit when I want green relaxing space. This is a new piece of Portland and one of the many places that make Portland the place to live.

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Beauty, Peace and Harmony in the City

The most beautiful garden in the city, the perfect place to unwind, relax, and while away a little time surrounded by lush plants, trees and flowers, amazingly decorated buildings, gentle waterways. Step into a Chinese painting for an afternoon, and don't miss the guided tours which will further explain why this is such an amazing place.

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sereneness in the city

this is the place to go to find yourself and learn to appreciate innocent and simple beauty. The garden is simple yet regal at the same time. It's authenticity is something for Portlanders to be very proud of!

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Downtown Refuge

Hand's down, Portland's best visitor attraction. Well worth a visit.

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General Info
Lan Su Chinese Garden is much more than just a beautiful garden. It’s a creative wonder — an authentically built, powerfully inspiring experience based on a 2,000-year-old Chinese tradition that melds art, architecture, design and nature in perfect harmony. (Updated July 2020) In the light of COVID-19, Lan Su Chinese Garden now offers timed entry admission system and one-way visiting paths to discovery. Facial covering is required during visit. The Tao of Tea House now provides To-go service with outdoor seating. For details, please visit: www.lansugarden.org/visit/a-worry-free-visit
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