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Oregon Garden, Silverton

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With over 20 specialty gardens and features, Oregon Garden provides a colourful introduction to the plant life of the Pacific Northwest. Start off by taking a tram ride through the 32 hectare (80 acre) gardens to get a tour of the botanic scenery and a feel for the garden’s layout. Exercise your imagination by completing a dinasaur dig in the Children’s Garden, check out the 6 meter (20 ft) long rain curtain in the Sensory Garden, and sample the fruits and veggies of the Silverton Market Garden. Pick up a map at the entrance for easy navigation of the gardens. Our Silverton travel itinerary planner makes visiting Oregon Garden and other Silverton attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The Oregon Garden is a spectacular and ever-improving attraction. Also, you can use it for weddings and other events - they have a lodge and accommodations that are really spectacular. I've been visit...  more »
  • If you are looking for Butchart gardens, you are going to be disappointed. If you are looking for 80 acres to wander, and possibly learn a little, then this is the place for you. The garden hosts wetl...  more »
  • Always something to see, no matter what the season. I have been here in all four seasons and the gardens are a delight to visit. If you become a member you not only support the Gardens but get discoun...  more »
  • Well kept grounds with beautiful flora. The grounds are spacious with lots of hiking choices. The Frank Lloyd Wright house is here and I did not pay for the tour but I did enjoy walking around the outside of the house. It was a weekday and virtually deserted which I prefer - the parking eludes to busy weekends and lots of local events.
  • So BEAUTIFUL.. So peaceful.. Been a awhile since I have experienced such beauty...
  • What a great place to roam around! The gardens are immaculate, and there's so much too see - fountains, model trains, forest paths, ponds, even a model train. And the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Gordon House tour was well worth the price of admission.
  • Love the Garden! Went on my first date with my now husband here during their movies in the park during the summer! There is something for everyone- Pokémon stops, dog garden, a wonderful kids garden. Their 4th of July fireworks and celebration is also wonderful!
  • Attended the 4th of July display. $5 to park and a $5 donation. The display itself was nice. Not as big as a city show but still fun for the children. There were too many people though. The lines for food and bathrooms were so so long. People were parked a mile down the highway. They may need to limit the capacity a little in the future.