No, reservations are not necessary to visit The Oregon Garden. However, groups of 15 or more receive discounted pricing when scheduled and paid in advance. Please click here for more information on group admission.
Yes, once you have purchased admission, you will be given a hand stamp that will allow you to come and go from the Garden until the Visitor Center closes that day.
Yes, outside food is allowed in the Garden*. Picnicking is also allowed. There are a number of different spots throughout the Garden where you can enjoy your food including picnic tables, lawns, bistro tables, etc, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please remember to clean up after yourself and be courteous of other guests.
*note that outside food may not be allowed at public events. Check the specific event page for more details.
The Garden’s peak visitation is Friday through Sunday from 10AM to noon. To enjoy a more private stroll in the Garden, we recommend visiting Monday through Wednesday, and later in the day when possible. Our winter months also offer an opportunity to enjoy the Garden away from crowds and for a lower admission rate!
We get this question so often, it has its own page! Click here for more information about what’s in bloom and things to see in various seasons.
- The Oregon Garden features a variety of path surface materials including asphalt, bark and gravel that are variously accessible depending on an individual’s mobility or assistive devices.
- There is a 1.4-mile paved path that can be navigated by wheelchairs, power scooters, etc and comprises a tour of most of our 20+ specialty gardens.
- ADA parking is available at our Visitor Center, as well as a drop-off area for guests. All of our facilities are ADA accessible.
- A 25-minute narrated tram tour is available daily from April through October for $3 per person.
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