Hours & Admission

To protect our community and our entire staff, Portland Japanese Garden will be closed until further notice. We hope you continue to be a place of respite for our community when we are ready to re-open.


Summer Public Garden Hours (March 9 – September 30)
Monday: Noon-7pm
Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-7pm
Last General Admission is at 6:30pm

Winter Public Garden Hours (October 1 – March 8)
Monday: Noon-4pm
Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-4pm
Last General Admission is at 3:30pm

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

Extended Member Hours
From March-October there are special hours for Members and Photographer members only.

The Garden is closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. We will be open to Members only on New Year’s Day from 10am – 2pm.


Your admission ticket includes access to the Garden, the Garden Gift Shop, the Umami Café, and Art Exhibitions.


Adult: $19.95
Senior (65+): $16.95
Student (with ID): $15.95
Youth (6-17): $13.95
Child (5 and under): Free
Members: Free

Purchase Admission Tickets

Additional Information

– There is a $10.00/person charge for using a tripod for anyone who is not a Garden Member.

– We also provide a discount for visitors who are unable to see the entirety of the Garden due to accessibility.

– Groups of 10 children or more are required to make reservations to visit the Garden. Contact [email protected] for more information.

Arts for All

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).



Rose Festival Fleet Week  June 3 – 7, 2020

Portland Japanese Garden will offer free admission to active military individuals during Fleet Week in June.

To receive free admission during Fleet Week, visitors must show an active duty ID.


Veterans Day     November 11, 2020

Portland Japanese Garden will mark Veterans Day by offering free admission for military veterans and active military personnel, as well as family members who accompany them. Families of deployed military personnel also will be given free admission.

To receive free admission November 11, visitors must show a military or veteran organization ID, discharge papers, or other official military identification; families of deployed military personnel must show an active duty ID.