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Oregon Garden, Silverton

(4.5/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
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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Reviews
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  • It was so nice to have a place very close to do this other than the Oregon Zoo. I e skating ring was very small but perfect. It was crowded but we went at the busiest time of night in a Friday. Still ...  more »
  • A lovely place to spend a morning, afternoon or evening! If you like gardens, please visit this showcase of Eden in Oregon. Take your time. Meander through the rose garden, frolic in the children's ga...  more »
  • Good clean family fun. Kids love it and we love it. It really is so much fun. Light displays are adorable and Santa was great! The skating rink starts to feel really small when there's so many people ...  more »
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  • 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.