Leave your gardening gloves at home and visit The Oregon Gardens! The Gardens are nestled in the foothills on the outskirts of Silverton, where it provides a palate of color that can inspire artists and gardeners alike.

Stroll on your own or ride the tram (on-off privileges unlimited) through the Oregon Garden. With more than 20 specialty gardens and features, uncover waterfalls, quiet ponds, fountains, a unique display of conifers, the 400-year old Signature Oak, gardens just for children, beautiful vistas, and works of arts.

The Seasons in the Gardens:

Spring in bloom is the season nature wakes up and pushes forth new growth, color and form.

During summer, beat the heat under the shade of a pergola or stroll near one of many water features.
In the fall, with trees ablaze, colors of red, orange, gold and green are a beautiful sight to behold.

While at The Gardens you can tour the “Gordon House,” the only home in Oregon designed by Frank Lloyd Wright it is the only Wright-designed home in the Pacific Northwest that is opened to the public.

On the return trip to Portland you will stop in Silverton for lunch (on own) and shopping, arriving back at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Downtown Portland around 4:00 PM.


  • The Oregon Gardens
  • Stop in Silverton for Time to Shop and Eat

  • Duration: 7 HOURS