WE ARE OPEN and ready to welcome you with lots of fresh air and open spaces to get outside with the family. Visit us six days a week (closed Mondays) from 10am to 4pm. Plan your visit here.


Take a Virtual Field Trip

We have adapted our in-person field trip content into a new, Virtual Field Trip program which includes a series of narrated introductory videos, lesson plans, and activity sheets. Get started

World War Bonsai: Remembrance & Resilience

This groundbreaking exhibition is currently on view. Learn more…

Botanical print masks

We partnered with RAI (Refugee Artisan Initiative) to offer 5, botanical print masks. Available in our online shop.

Free Zoom Backgrounds

Zoom in peace with these beautiful Pacific Bonsai Museum backgrounds. Download them here.

A Gallery of Trees Book

Our first-ever book about our collection, A Gallery of Trees: Living Art of Pacific Bonsai Museum, has just arrived, hot off the press. Learn more and purchase a copy…

We are an anti-racist organization

We believe racial equity is a human right. We support the work of Black Lives Matter and the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) movement. Read full statement.

A Gallery of Trees Posters

Custom screen printed posters of artwork from A Gallery of Trees: Living Art of Pacific Bonsai Museum now available. Learn more…

Reading Room Now Open

In appreciation of our community, for the first time ever, we are opening our reading room to members-only. Learn more…

Now Hiring

Seeking a Bonsai/Garden Assistant. Learn more and apply…

MLK Day of Service

Monday, January 20, spend your MLK-Day morning being active, outside, with (new) friends from your community helping maintain a healthy, beautiful forest… Learn more…

Book a group tour

Guided tours to groups of 10 or more are available Tuesday through Friday. Learn more…

TAICHI & Bonsai

New! Practice taichi among the bonsai and take your zen to the next level, Thursday, July 18. Learn more and sign up!


Pacific Bonsai Museum is excited to offer audio tours in Chinese (Mandarin). 


Become A Docent

Tell the stories of the bonsai and enrich visitor experiences. Applications accepted through Jan 24, 2019. Learn more.

Tuning Into Nature

Read ‘Tuning Into Nature‘ featuring LAB artist Ron Lang by Katherine Wimble Fox. Originally published in January 2020 issue of Ceramics Monthly, pages 36-39. Copyright, The American Ceramic Society. Reprinted with permission.

Sunday Tours

Free, guided tours of the exhibit are offered every Sunday at 1pm. No reservations required.

Digital Archives available

See archival photos and discover how these works of living sculpture have changed over the time.

Branch Out

Join us for an extraordinary evening to support Pacific Bonsai Museum, September 15. Learn more and register.



the collection


creeping hydrangea

David De Groot

Catlin Elm

John Naka

Bald Cypress

Vaughn Banting

Tucker oak

Sadao Yukimaru


From the SHOP