Good news! The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens are ready to reopen to the public on July 1st under California State and local county guidelines.
Visitors will be asked to wear a face mask and temperature checks will be carried out at the gate. However, most of the Gardens will be accessible except for high-touch areas such as the Children’s Garden and Rose Hills Foundation Conservatory.
In addition, there’s going to be limited capacity initially (around 1,500 visitors per day max) and you’ll need to make an advanced booking with a specified time slot.
About The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens:
The Huntington Botanical Gardens encompass a 120-acre site in San Marino, California featuring 16 exquisite themed gardens.
Personal highlights include the stunning Chinese Garden (the largest of its kind outside of China) featuring graceful waterfalls, pavilions, and stone bridges:
The California Garden with its immaculate array of native and dry climate plants.
The legendary Desert Garden. Home to one of the largest outdoor collections of cacti and succulents in the world:
And… the Jungle Garden. Here you’ll find an enchanting world of huge leaves, tropical plants, orchids, palms, bamboos, ferns and many more spectacles!
In short, the gardens have long been an oasis away from the city and a must-see destination for locals and visitors alike. Now’s a great time to support this landmark institution!
Advanced tickets can be booked here and prices are as follows:
|Student (f/t ID)||$21/$24|
|Child (under 4)||free|
|College Card (f/t ID)||$36|
Getting to The Huntington Botanical Gardens:
The Huntington Botanical Gardens are located in the city of San Marino, twelve miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. The Huntington has two entrance gates: at Allen Ave., just south of California Blvd., and on Oxford Road.
1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA 91108