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Portland Classical Chinese Garden

NW 3Rd & Everett Ave

Southwest Hills - Portland, OR 97201

(503) 228-8131


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Tales of the Tiger with Alton Chung
In celebration of Asian Heritage Month , join these wonderful storytellers as they take us down memory lane by sharing their family stories and experiences alongside folktales from Asia
Come on a journey to the…

Help support the necessary repair work at Lan Su Chinese Garden.

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A visit to Lan Su Chinese Garden at this time of year is like no other. Imagine yourself strolling the stone pathways; your senses delighting in the flora, fauna, and tranquility of the garden.
Each day I walk through the garden to assess the integrity of the garden and its structures. Preserving Lan Su Chinese Garden—this place we all hold so dear—is of utmost importance to me.
Mother Nature has taken her toll on one of the garden’s most beautiful, auspicious,…

May Events at Lan Su Chinese Garden [event time correction]

May is Asian Heritage Month at Lan Su
Celebrate Asian Heritage Month with Lan Su this May with exciting cultural performances, special talks, activities each weekend and two specially ticketed events
Lan Su hosts exciting cultural performances every Saturday and Sunday at 1 & 3 p.m. in May on the terrace from local cultural organizations and dance troupes. Performances will include groups representing the cultures of…

Upcoming Events & Activities at Lan Su Chinese Garden

Celebrate the blossoms and fragrances of Lan Su Chinese Garden with Lan Su in Bloom as the garden finally sheds the cold and gray of winter to “drink in the fragrance” of plants, flowers and everything blooming
Lan Su's plant collection is filled with more than ninety specimen trees, rare and unusual shrubs and perennials, and signature magnolia, orchid and camellia collections. Lan Su in Bloom is an in-depth look at all of them with Lan Su's horticulture staff, garden artists and floral…

Chinese New Year starts tomorrow!

Friday, February 16 - Sunday, March 4
Celebrate Chinese New Year , the Year of the Dog, with 17 days of events and activities beginning with a traditional " Rolling in the Wealth " activity tomorrow at 10 a.m. By "Rolling in the Wealth," you ensure that prosperity will flow all year long for both you and Lan Su
A celebration for families and individuals, Lan Su Chinese Garden’s annual Chinese New Year celebration roars with lion dances , glows with lanterns and…

'This Garden Is A Gem': Portland Chinese Garden Celebrates Asian-Pacific Heritage Month

May provides an opening for people to learn about the rich variety of Asian-Pacific traditions being preserved and taught throughout the Northwest.

Lan Su Chinese Garden

Art in the Garden
On view in the Scholar's Hall & Reflections in Clear Ripples Pavilions
Lan Su hosts several artists each year, from the Pacific Northwest and beyond, to show work in the pavilions of the garden. From classical Chinese styles to contemporary work, each show offers a new experience.

The Ultimate Guide to Exploring Portland with Kids

We’re big fans of the Pacific Northwest. Living in this part of the United States, we’re blessed to have access to oceans, lakes, forests, mountains, and of course, some pretty cool cities (Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland). I have to admit, I’m pretty partial to Seattle, considering I live here, but lately, I’ve been starting to …

Chinese New Year

Friday, February 16, 2018 through Sunday, March 4, 2018
Learn more about Chinese New Year, the most colorful and joyous of all Chinese festivals during Lan Su's two-week celebration featuring lion dances, cultural performances, martial arts, calligraphy, family-friendly craft activities and much more! The festivities kick off Friday, February 16 with "Rolling in the Wealth," a traditional good fortune and prosperity activity of rolling oranges and…

Lan Su Chinese Garden reopens with a bang: Chinese New Year starts Feb. 8 (photos)

Lan Su Chinese Garden in downtown Portland temporarily closed Nov. 23 to renovate its large, tranquil lake, and it will reopen with a bang: Two weeks of Chinese New Year celebrations beginning Feb. 8.

34 Things to Do in the Rain

Don't hide inside just because it's raining! Make like a local and explore some of the best Portland events from November to March.

Mum care and competition results: Ninth Moon Floral Design Showcase (photos)

More than two dozen of the Northwest floral industry's top designers competed in a chrysanthemum competition at the Lan Su Chinese Garden in downtown Portland Nov. 6. Judges gave awards based on execution, design techniques and materials.

Cheer on the chrysanthemum contest before Lan Su Chinese Garden closes for winter repairs (photos)

Two dozen of the Northwest floral industry's top designers will compete in the Ninth Moon Floral Design Showcase Nov. 6-8 at the Lan Su Chinese Garden in downtown Portland.

Chinese Medicine Lecture Series with OCOM

Learn more about holistic Chinese medicine and the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with this ongoing lecture series held every Tuesday at 2 P.M. in October. Tea, samples or a demonstration will be shared at each event
Free with Lan Su membership or admission ; no registration is required
October 3 — Housing the Spirit: Chinese Medicine for Depression, Anxiety and Emotional Well-Being
Stress, anxiety and…

August 8, 2015

Weddings at the Lan Su Chinese Garden in downtown Portland are absolutely spectacular. Guests have the unique experience of traveling through time to another era in a faraway land. The Lan Su Chinese Garden melds Chinese art, architecture, and design to create one of the most authentic Chinese…

Lan Su Chinese Gardens

Lan Su Chinese Gardens is one of my all time favorite gardens in Portland to visit, stroll, take photos, and have a cu...

Autumn Moon Festival

Most cultures have a harvest festival and China is no exception. Zhong Qiu Jie (中秋节), the Autumn Moon Festival, has roots back to ancient times and is an important traditional Chinese holiday. Taking place on the fifteenth day of the eight month of the lunar calendar, the Autumn Moon Festival is usually on or close to the time of the “Harvest Moon” when the moon appears at its fullest during the autumnal equinox
Celebrate the Autumn Moon Festival, one of the four most…

The Mid-Autumn Festival, Tea Month, Member Evening, and more at Lan Su Chinese Garden

Savor nibbles and wine tastes from Davis Street Tavern . Enjoy Eppa white sangria courtesy of Southern Wine & Spirits . Listen to traditional Chinese music from the Wisdom Arts Academy . Sip tea and gaze at the view of Lake Zither from the Teahouse. Member evenings are your way to enjoy all that Lan Su offers.

American Bonsai: The Artisans Cup

September 25, 2015 – September 27, 2015 all-day
The Artisans Cup is the first-of-its-kind competition and exhibition of American Bonsai from North America’s foremost artists, taking place at the Portland Art Museum. The prestigious competition features 70 of the top trees from across North America judged by a … Continued

Lan Su Chinese Garden, Portland, Oregan, USA

@PRinPDX #PDX #PDXnow #Portland #Oregon More on Portland here: Special thanks to Travel Portland (@PRinP...

Solbit Seeks Peace and Quiet (and then discovers something more)

Dear Nicalai, Wow! Nona found us a wonderful AirBnB. We’re living in a tree-lined neighborhood in downtown Portland. We walk only a few blocks to be in “The Pearl!” Believe me, th…

Celebrate the end of summer at Lan Su!

Take in the calm of Lan Su Chinese Garden before you head back to school or work.

News and Announcements

A team of Lan Su horticulturists and volunteers tend to the garden’s lotus plants (Nelumbo nucifera) in the garden’s greenhouse for 5 months, from March to July, before transporting them to the garden where they rise from Lake Zither in a dazzling display. The greenhouse acts as an incubator providing the warmth needed for these prized plants to bloom. With summer brings warmer temperatures when the…

Pittock Mansion & Lan Su Chinese Garden (Things to do in Portland with Kids): Look Who's Traveling

Visiting Portland, Oregon for the first time! In this episode of the travel vlog, we explore Forest Park by hiking the Wildwood Trail (00:20) to Pittock Mans...

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