Come to the Owen Rose Garden and learn about the history of one of the most extensive collections of heritage roses in the Pacific Northwest.
Be on the lookout for signs in the park that will direct you to the meeting spot where the tour begins. Walk-ins are welcome, no RSVP required.
The Owen Rose Garden is an eight and a half-acre park and home to more than 4,500 roses of over 400 varieties of roses in a spectacular setting along the Willamette River. Filled with an enchanting abundance of roses, the garden is also home to what is believed to be the country's oldest and largest Black Tartarian cherry tree, first planted in 1847.