Hours & Admission


Public Hours

  • Wednesday – Monday: 10am – 3:30pm (closed Tuesdays)
    • Last entry is 3:30pm. Visitors have until 4:30pm to enjoy the Garden.
    • Gift Shop: 9:30am – 3:30pm
    • Umami Café: 9am – 3:30pm

Please note that the Garden is closed on the following dates (in addition to our regular Tuesday closures): 12/22, 12/23, 12/24, 12/25. The Garden is also closed to the public on January 1st, but we will be open for members only from 10am-2pm.

Member Hours

  • Wednesday – Monday: 8am – 10am (closed Tuesdays, no member hours)
  • Gift Shop opens at 9:30am for members only. The Umami Café opens at 9am for members only. Please make a reservation for the Umami Café for a table during member hours of 9-10am.


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


Adult: $18.95
Senior (65+): $16.25
Student (with ID): $15.25
Youth (6-17): $13.50
Child (5 and under): Free
Members: Free


Tickets are non-refundable. To request a ticket exchange, click here. Tickets can only be exchanged up to 24 hours prior to the original date and time (no day-of exchanges).

Additional Information

  • Mask Policy: Masks are required in all indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status. 
  • Special Tickets: If you have any special tickets such as promotions that need to be redeemed, please come see us at our Welcome Center for assistance. These types of tickets cannot be reserved in advance online.
  • Tripod Fee: There is a $10.00/person charge for using a tripod for anyone who is not a Garden Member.
  • Accessibility of Garden: We also provide a discount for visitors who are unable to see the entirety of the Garden due to accessibility. For a map of our pathways, please see here. For more information on accessibility, see here.
  • Group Tickets: At this time, we are not able to accommodate groups or families larger than 15 people.

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).