We used multi-parametric hepatic MR Elastography (MRE) in two different mouse models with congestion and cirrhosis-induced portal hypertension, respectively. Spearman correlation was used to analyze the relationships between the MRE-assessed liver stiffness, damping ratio, volumetric strain, stiffness frequency dispersion, and the portal pressure directly measuared in vivo. We found that volumetric strain and damping ratio had negative correlations (ρ=-0.7515, ρ=-0.5528 respectively), while shear stiffness had a positive correlation (ρ=0.6983) with portal pressure. Additionally, damping ratio changes differently in portal hypertension induced by congestion and cirrhosis. In summary, multi-parametric MRE has potential to differentiate and quantify congestion and cirrhosis-induced portal hypertension.