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    Depending upon the time of year, much of the garden can look drastically different. If you’re lucky enough to live in the area, try to visit at different times in order to experience different views of tranquility.The entrance fee might make some reconsider visiting, but I hope you still visit. If you go on one of the tours, which can significantly vary in content depending upon the guide, it should take approximately 90 minutes to see all five gardens on the grounds. If you can also time it such that an exhibition of some sort is going on in the pavilion, then all the more worthwhile. I am a particular fan of their annual art as well as holiday sales.

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    Parking here was terrible, the walk took twenty minutes, and the entire place was really crowded.The photography online and in the pamphlet was better than actually being there and was absolutely not worth the ten dollars per person price.GRANTED we came in on a Saturday during great weather, which may explain the crowd, but either way, will not go again.

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    Pros:- Looks very beautiful – Well taken care ofCons:- $9.95 for adults. I understand the garden needs to be well maintained but that’s too expensive for an hour that you spent, if not less. Opinion: It seems a little over rated. It’s worth going once just for the heck of it. There are many other places in Portland, Oregon with better scenery, just as quite, and free.

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    Definitely take a tour to have the symbolism explained. It make the gardens much more enjoyable. It is fantastic.

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    Beautiful. Relaxing.If you are able to walk to the entrance rather than take the tram, do so, it is part of the experience. You can see the entire garden in an hour. Budget more time to take photos and/or meditate.A Portland must see.