Enjoy special extended hours in the garden from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. during Chinese New Year (February 5 - 19, 2019)X
Find a unique, one of a kind gift for a friend or yourself. Let our experienced staff suggest the perfect present on your next visit. The Garden Shop is located in the Entry Courtyard of the garden and is accessible without a ticket, however some merchandise is located within Lan Su itself.
Don’t miss our Special Chinese New Year Pop-Up Shop in the Hall of Brocade Clouds! Items include stuffed pigs, pig socks, pig shirts and everything pig related!
Lan Su members enjoy a 10% discount on all regularly priced merchandise (excludes sale and consignment items).
Garden Shop Summer Hours
March 15 - October 14
10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Garden Shop Winter Hours
October 15 - March 14
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Enjoy special extended hours in the garden from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. during Chinese New Year (February 5 - 19, 2019)
The Garden Shop offers several select items that are unique to our garden and in many cases unique to the shop. On your next visit, be sure to look for:
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with a 2019 “Year of the Boar” T-shirt!
Find “Year of the Pig” bookmarks, greeting cards, and prints by Portland artist Katie Preston at the Lan Su Garden Shop! Each item is printed from Katie’s original painting, made specifically for Lan Su.
Find “Year of the Pig” bookmarks, greeting cards, and prints by Portland artist Katie Preston at the Lan Su Garden Shop! Each item is printed from Katie’s original painting, “Joyful Pigs”, made specifically for the garden.
See an exhibition of Katie Preston's work at Lan Su in August & September. Learn more about Art at Lan Su »
Gaiwan teacups date back to the Ming Dynasty and are comprised of three essential parts: a saucer, a bowl, and a lid. Typically, all three parts are held at once with both hands. The saucer is held with the fingers of the right hand while the thumb rests on the edge of the bowl. The left hand then holds the lid, which is used to brush away the tea leaves before drinking. Find numerous Gaiwan styles in the Lan Su Garden Shop!
Take home a traditional, hand-crafted Lotus tea from The Tao of Tea in Portland, OR. Featured throughout Chinese art, architecture, and literature, the lotus flower symbolizes purity, beauty, eternity, and good fortune.
No visit is complete without a visit to the Teahouse. Operated by The Tao of Tea, the two-story 50-seat Teahouse pairs the beauty and symbolism of the garden with Chinese tea culture. As a part of the garden, admission or membership to Lan Su is required to access the Teahouse. Learn more »
Now in it's second edition and updated with all new color photographs and maps, Dr. Wu's definitive work on poetry and couplets in the garden is a must read for any fan of Lan Su.
Illustrated with black-and-white brush paintings by artist Lu Kesi, this book by Lan Su docent and award-winning author Daniel Skach-Mills can be used as a practical guide to Chinese gardens and as a spiritual guide to rediscovering the Beyond within yourself.
Art exhibitions on display in the garden, featuring the work of local, national and international artists. Most work is available for sale and Lan Su is able to ship nationally. Learn more about Art at Lan Su »
Returns for in-store credit are allowed for merchandise purchased within the last 30 days, in sellable condition, with a valid sales receipt present. All sales of reduced merchandise are final. No cash or credit card refunds unless item has a manufacturing defect.
Thank you for supporting Lan Su Chinese Garden through your Garden Shop purchase!
For questions or concerns contact the Garden Shop by email or phone at 503.546.7908.
As a member, you and a guest may visit as frequently as you like. Enjoy discounts on Lantern Viewing tickets and other special events, discounts in the Teahouse and Garden Shop plus so much more.
Lan Su Chinese Garden offers infinite paths to discovery, whether you are a visitor simply taking in the beauty of the garden for the first time or a member who comes back day after day to sip tea in the teahouse. One visit just isn’t enough to take in the depth and abundance of experiences. Lan Su is ever-changing — by the minute, by the hour, and with the seasons. Learn more and plan your visit today.
239 Northwest Everett Street, Portland, Oregon 97209
Call Us: 503.228.8131
Lan Su Chinese Garden
220 NW 2nd Avenue, Suite 1050, Portland, Oregon 97209
Members, donors and visitors help keep Lan Su healthy and growing. Lan Su is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all donations and memberships are tax deductible. Lan Su’s Federal Tax ID number (EIN) is 93-1296840.