Welcome to the state’s official garden, composed of 80 acres and 20 specialty gardens. Here is Oregon's chance to flaunt all of its native wonders, along with a wealth of non-native species. The garden is open seven days a week, 365 days a year, and has a bit of flora for every kind of person.
Situated in Silverton, the Garden opened in 1999 and has continued to expand and offer new attractions every year. Highlights include garden spaces such as the Lewis and Clark garden, which features species the explorers documented during their Corps of Discover expedition, and a spectacular 25-acre native oak grove. The grounds are also home to the only Frank Lloyd Wright home in Oregon. Check out the organization’s calendar for dates of community events and annual concerts.
The Oregon Garden is pet and child-friendly, offers a tram tour starting in April, and is adjacent to a resort for those who want a few days to explore the area. Admission is $11 for adults, with discounts for children, seniors and members of the military. Book a tour of the garden by calling the Group Tours Coordinator at 503-874-6017.