Portland Classical Chinese Garden

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239 NW Everett Street, Portland, OR 97209.


  • Portland Classical Chinese Garden

    Day Trip to China: 2 Adult Tickets or Family Pass


    Limit 5 per customer, up to 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per customer per visit. Option B: fa.. read moremily pass is valid for two adults and two students or one adult and three students (including college students). Children 5 and under are free. Not valid during Chinese New Year, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day, and February 19-March 5, 2015. Not valid for special ticketed events. Entire value must be used in a single visit Open year-round, this ornate garden displays the craftsmanship of artisans from Portland's sister city, Suzhou. Wander the pavilions and smell floral fragrances breezing through the courtyards as you cross bridges above lily pads:. $10 ($19 value) for two adult tickets to the garden. $14 ($28 value) for a family pass to the garden. Family pass includes two adults plus two students ages 6 to 18 or in college LivingSocial Members Say. "This is a truly beautiful place, a lovely place to tour. Some people even bring a book and stay to enjoy the tranquility. And children seemed to be enjoying it, too. " "Beautiful grounds. Purchased a membership while there. Highly recommend!" "The tea house is beautiful and relaxing. A wonderful way to spend some downtime in the afternoon. " Lan Su Chinese Garden's Website

    • Added 10/23/14 by livingsocial | Purchase by: 02/02/15
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Stephanie J.
The Lan Su Chinese Garden is a gem! This garden is beautiful and a meditative respite from the hustle and bustle of Portland's historical district. It is...

Ray R.
This is an absolutely serene and beautiful place to visit! We arrived just as the guided tour was starting and thoroughly enjoyed it. The tour only covers...

Joe P.
We decided to drop by here after hitting the Portland Saturday Market. However, the only reason why we went in was because someone had a deal for four...
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The garden opened in 2000. Most of the plants featured in the garden are indigenous to China, but no plants were brought from China due to import bans. Some plants in the garden are 100 years old.
Go to the tea house. Order a pot of Oolong. Breathe.
Daniel Pollack-Pelzner
An oasis in the city.
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rating 4.4 out of 5
B Be
Nicely made and maintained Chinese garden, in the Chinatown that really isn't a Chinatown. P-town folks know what I'm talkin' bout. All the staff were friendly, well-educated in the garden's history (they go to school for a year to be tour guides!) and were definitely an unexpected and pleasant surp....
Jon Taylor
We visited during the mid-autumn festival in Early September. Having lived in Portland 32 years, I had never been to the gardens and instantly fell in love with its beauty and tranquility. From the moment we passed through the entry gate we were transported into a culturally rich, spiritually fulfil....
Daniel Garcia
It is an oasis of peace in the middle of the city. I became a basic member this year and it was one of the best decisions of 2014. Highly recommend it to anyone visiting Portland.
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