Lan Su Chinese Garden to Reopen July 15 in Downtown Portland | Masks Required, Timed Entry
After 4 months, the Lan Su Chinese Garden is ready to welcome visitors again starting July 15, 2020!
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Lan Su Chinese Garden to Reopen
July 15, 2020
More info: lansugarden.org
Location: 239 NW Everett Street, Portland
The iconic Portland landmark has faced many challenges during its 20th anniversary year. After four months of pausing operations, Lan Su’s guardian lions will once again greet Portlanders as they walk through the garden gate this Wednesday.
Operations during a global pandemic certainly bring challenges. Lan Su is implementing new safety measures which include one-directional garden routes, contact-free visitor guides, and a timed entry ticketing system.
Facial covering is required for visitors and staff. To ensure adequate social distancing, a limited number of admissions are available on the garden’s website, daily. Visitors and members are encouraged to reserve their timed entries, in advance. The Teahouse, will offer to-go service and the garden shop has moved inside the garden to the largest pavilion, offering the safest shopping experience.
“Historically, a Chinese garden has been a haven where nature and mind meet in harmony. We need all the harmony we can get, right now! In providing a safe visiting experience, we welcome back our community for some much-needed outdoor, calm, and inspiration.” said Jane DeMarco, Lan Su’s Interim Executive Director.