Never twice the same, the Portland Classical Chinese Garden is an authentically built cultural heritage garden and living museum of Chinese trees and flora. Within this authentic Ming Dynasty scholar’s garden, serpentine mosaic pathways lead to harmonious landscapes of plants, water, stones, pavilions, and poetry.

Colorful Kites of China

Celebrate the arrival of Spring with the Garden’s Colorful Kites of China exhibit April 6-30.  On the weekend of April 18 & 19, the World Kite Museum & Hall of Fame will present kite making activities and lectures in the Garden.

More about the Colorful Kites of China exhibit and activities.

Explore the Garden

Explore the Portland Classical Chinese Garden and its history and meanings.  From a story of a friendship between Portland and Suzhou, China to the meaning of the placement of plants, you can tour the Garden from your own home.

View the Garden from your own home.

Passion for Peonies

Bring Mom to the Garden for Mother’s Day and celebrate China’s unofficial national flower--the peony. Following weekends showcase tree and herbaceous peonies with your opprotunity to take home one of these stunning and culturally rich plants.

More about Passion for Peonies
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Portland Classical Chinese Garden

NW 3rd & Everett Portland, OR 97209 503.228.8131 http://www.portlandchinesegardens.org/

Hours

Summer Hours
April 1 - October 31
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Winter Hours
November 1 - March 31
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Admission

$8.50 Adults
$7.50 Seniors (62 & above)
$6.50 Students (6-18 & college students with I.D.)
Five and under free

With a membership, admission is free for one year.  Become a member and discover your own path through the Garden.

Interested in using the Garden for your private event or wedding?

The Portland Classical Chinese Garden is Portland’s most unique venue. 
Learn more about renting the Garden.