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Garden Closed

The wait is almost over. In preparation of the unveiling of the Cultural Crossing expansion designed by world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma, the Portland Japanese Garden will be closed March 27 – April 1. We welcome you to experience our new Cultural Village and three new public gardens on Sunday, April 2.

Photo Credit: David Cobb

Hours & Admission

The Portland Japanese Garden is a haven of beauty, dedicated to authentic Japanese garden design and sharing Japanese culture. Our Cultural Crossing expansion project is currently under construction outside the Garden’s gate and will be completed April 1, 2017. We thank all our guests for their patience and understanding while this historic expansion is underway.


Summer Public Hours (March 13-September 30)
Monday: Noon-7pm
Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-7pm
Last General Admission is at 6:30pm

Winter Public Hours (October 1 – March 12)
Monday: Noon-4pm
Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-4pm

Member-Only Hours 
Tuesday–Sunday: 8am-10am

Photographer Member Hours
Special once-a-month Photography Member hours March-October

Admission Price

Your admission ticket includes access to the Garden, the Garden Gift Store, and exhibitions.

$9.50 Adult
$7.75 Senior (65+)
$7.75 College Student (w/ID)
$6.75 Youth (6-17)
Children 5 and under free

Click here to purchase Garden Admission tickets 

*Some special events are not included with admission tickets.
For more information, please see the events calendar.

Arts for All

The Portland Japanese Garden is a proud participant in Arts for All, making the beauty and serenity of the Garden accessible to low-income families and individuals who receive food stamps (SNAP). Show your Oregon Trail Card at the Garden’s admission gate to purchase up to two tickets per card for $5 each.  Each $5 Arts for All ticket includes free admission for up to four children ages 17 and younger.You must show your valid Oregon Trail Card at the time of purchase and pay with cash or credit card. SNAP credit on the Oregon Trail Card cannot be used to buy these tickets.

To learn more about the Arts for All $5 ticket program and the 50+ organizations in our community that participate in it, go to