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Photos from Lan Su Chinese Garden's Under the Moonlight Evening in September. Photos courtesy Scott Steele.
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239 NW Everett St Portland, OR 97209
239 Northwest Everett StreetUSOregonPortland97209
(503) 228-8131lansugarden.org
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Lan Su Chinese Garden is one of Portland's greatest treasures and most interesting sites to see while visiting Portland. A result of a collaboration between the cities of Portland and Suzhou (our sister city in China's Jiangsu province, famous for its beautiful Ming Dynasty gardens) Lan Su was built by Chinese artisans from Suzhou, and is one of just six authentic Chinese gardens in all of North America. 

Much more than just a beautiful botanical garden, Lan Su is a creative wonder -- a powerfully inspiring experience based on a 2,000-year-old Chinese tradition that melds art, architecture, design and nature in perfect harmony. Enter the wonderland.

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Tranquil botanical garden featuring rare plants native to China, decorative stonework & a tea shop.- Google
"Also the tea house is nice, a little pricy but if you go try the rose petal tea."
"The Chinese New Year celebration they have here is great!"
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Mario Delgado
2 months ago
Really nice place. I only wish it was a bit more secluded because It is located in a busy part of Portland. The architecture is gorgeous. You truly feel like your passing through an old home in China. The décor is very detailed so you can find minor etchings and skills of the artisans in every corner.
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Jonathan Rundle
2 months ago
Beautifully done Chinese Garden in the heart of Portland. It is fairly small, but it really does take you away. Among the well manicured gardens they've built lovely little structures such as a bridge, a tea house, a gift shop and more. The walkways are even mosaic river stones. Kind people staff the garden as well. Highly suggested that you visit whenever there is a special event such as Chinese new year to see all the festivities.
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D WF
a month ago
My friend is a member at Lan Su Chinese Garden and I am glad he took me to visit today. I had a bottle of Oolong tea and enjoyed the warm weather and peaceful atmosphere. Highly recommend anyone in Portland check it out.
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Jami Haber
a month ago
I absolutely love this place. I visit any time I'm in town and the world seems to melt away for a whilr. the folks that work at the Garden are simply lovely.
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Allysia Kramer-Steward
a month ago
Beautiful! Garden is small, but only if you zip through it. It is a great place to stop and slow down for an hour or two. The tea house is so amazing, loved the treats and the building! Loved this experience!!
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Daan van Esch
3 months ago
Great little quiet garden in the middle of Portland. Great information on what all the pavilions represent and the deeper meaning behind the garden. If you get a chance, join one of the free tours: our guide was very passionate and a great storyteller. If you're just looking for a park there are other free options, but if you are into history or Chinese culture, don't miss this garden.
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Dan Berger
a month ago
A very nice and peaceful setting with lots to see and learn. If you want a guided tour, you may want to call and verify times before going as they didn't do the last one, according to their website, whilewe were there.
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jay austin
a month ago
So peaceful and pretty. Getting pricey, but still worth it if you plan to stay a little.