Discover a Place Like No Other  


6704 SE 122nd Ave
Portland, OR 97236
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Tues-Fri:  10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat-Sun 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

We're hiring for the position of Facilites and Event Support Specialist! Learn More >>


Adults & Youth: $5
Children 5 and under: Free
Members: Free
Garden for All: Free

Reservations are recommended; walk up tickets are available but may be limited during busy hours. Please check in at the Visitor Services booth when you arrive.

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Garden for All logo
Garden for All provides free admission to anyone who requests it. It is designed to support visitors for which admission fees present a barrier to entry, including those receiving assistance through programs such as Oregon Trail EBT, WIC, TANF, RCA, PWA or SNAP.
Learn About our Garden for All program

Upcoming Garden Events

Tree Top Children's Concerts

Visit the Garden for a unique and elevated experience at our after-hours events featuring children's music performed by your favorite local musicians. Learn More >>

June 21

- Tallulah's Daddy
- Jessa Campbell & the Saplings

July 14

- Mr. Ben
- Kelli Welli

August 11

- Ants Ants Ants
- Pointed Man Band

Public Tours

Various days and times
Tour the garden with a trained volunteer docent and learn about the garden’s history, heritage trees, seasonal plants of interest, the “Back 5” habitat restoration area, and more.

Sleepy Hollow sign
Garden Plants & History Tour

Every first Thursday of the month
Head Gardener, Scott Hoelscher, will take you on a tour of the Garden and share details about our plants and history.

Artist Workshops

Drawing through Nature June 5
Exploring Watercolor
June 19 & July 14
Learn to paint and draw with the garden as your subject with artist Melissa Gannon.

What's New Garden Tour

Every second Thursday of the month
Take a casual stroll through the Garden with Adam Hart, Leach Garden Horticulture Director.

Save the Date!

Check back soon for more information about these upcoming events.

August 6 - Nature Fair
August 25 - Summer Concert with Xavier Tavera & the Classic Band


A coalition of stellar partners are working with the garden on a multi-year project to restore the "Back 5" area to a healthy, natural habitat. Many dedicated volunteers forge ahead with the ongoing work, assisted by experts at Portland Parks and Recreation.
Learn About the Back 5
Connecting Canopies staff and interns in the Back 5
Connecting Canopies staff and interns in the Back 5


Membership funds provide vital support for the Garden's community programs, Education, and preservation efforts.
Become A Member
Through employer matches, volunteering, stock transfers or simply mailing a check. Your support helps maintain this special place.
Support the Garden

The Pollinator Garden

The pollinator garden is designed in a prairie style with a mix of perennials and ornamental grasses flanked on the edges by woody shrubs. The garden provides pollinators such as birds, bats, butterflies, moths, and bees with food and shelter.
Butterfly pollinator
Moth on a flower

The Riparian Zone

The Riparian Zone is the area of the garden that includes Johnson Creek. The creek provides habitat for small numbers of chinook and Coho salmon, steelhead, and coastal cutthroat trout. There are also native mussels, river lamprey, and lots of crawdads.
Moth on a flower

Getting to Leach Botanical Garden

Transportation & Directions