Portland Japanese Garden invites military members to enjoy peace and tranquility on Veterans Day.
Nestled among Washington Park, the Portland Japanese Garden deems itself the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan. It features five traditional styles of Japanese gardens covering 5+ acres.
The garden is joining the ranks of several location attractions offering veterans day deals.
On Veterans Day, the Portland attraction salutes service people in our community with this special admission.
Veterans Day Deal at Portland Japanese Garden
The popular attraction has joined the ranks of Portland’s Veterans Day deals. On Saturday, November 11, Portland Japanese Garden is offering free admission for veterans, active duty military, and their families who accompany them. Families of deployed military personnel are also given free admission on Veterans Day.
You’ll need to show a military ID, discharge papers, or other official military identification at Portland Japanese Garden’s Welcome Center for free admission on Veterans Day.
There is an onsite parking fee of $2 per hour and the parking lots around the garden fill up quickly. You can take TriMet bus #63 or take the MAX blue or red line and get off at TriMet Washington Park MAX Station. From there, you can ride the free Washington Park shuttle right to the garden entrance.
When you’re done visiting the Portland Japanese Garden, hop on the free Washington Park shuttle and visit all the major attractions in the park. Stroll through the rose garden, hike the trails at Hoyt Arboretum or pay tribute at the Oregon Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
The garden is open from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information, visit the Portland Japanese Garden website.
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