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Beautiful art museum and gardens. You can't see it all in one day
LOVE LOVE THIS PLACE!! Feels like you're being transported into a whole different country. Not super crowded I feel like it's almost a little hidden gem in LA.So excited to come back and explore more!
Garden terrace of the cafe is a beautiful place for lunch.
I was most impressed by the baroque-style (not era, per se) pieces in the Huntington Art Gallery. Even this gallery is too much for a day. I don't live close but am considering annual membership.
Fave: gardens - Chinese, Japanese
The library's botanical gardens feature more than 200 species of palm trees - one of the largest collections in California.
Beautiful grounds and amazing collections. Go early, you can't see it all in one day!
It's absolutely lovely to go alone or on a date
peaceful and beautiful
Bring your student ID to save $10 off adult admission price!
High tea and walking the gardens.
Must see. Beautiful garden.
Beautiful gardens and art galleries. Outside food not allowed.
It's under construction right now
Make time for Everything: Library, Museum & Botanical Gardens. Check Online or Tips for free admission "donation"/ parking. Advanced reservations for the Tea Room. Sack lunches/ picnics are cool too!
Beautiful place. Check out the Japanese and botanical gardens!
Beautiful grounds. Great place to photograph hummingbirds
Amazing children's garden
Chinese garden is amazing!!!
Become a member and enter all year free with a guest. Try out the High Tea Room for lunch while you are there. Reservations for High Tea are a must in advance.
Desert garden should not be overlooked!
Go soon and often
Don't get too close to paintings our you still have security following you the whole time.. other than that I enjoyed the visit.
The Chinese garden (pictured) and the Japanese garden (really cool Bonsai) are musts!
Take a free tour with 'Big' Ed. Learned a ton!
Put in your hiking shoes & take a stroll in the Botanical Gardens. Don't forget your camera.
Go for the Gutenberg, stay for the Blue Boy.
Beautiful! Took my mother who hates to pay for anything and said it was best $20 she ever spent! That is saying a lot! Suggest to go spring and fall. Summer was brutally hot so don't go then!
Free admission on the first Thursday of every month with advance tickets, which can be reserved online or by phone.
The Palm Garden at The Huntington Library remains relatively unknown. Here, you'll walk in the presence of over 200 species of palms, one of the largest collections on public display in California.
Japanese garden is awesome. Go to the Chinese Garden for an awesome lunch !!!
Children's garden is awesome.
$2.00 off Adult Admission, up to four passes
Amazing tour if you can take a full tour
Very nice place to take walks around
Call ahead for high tea!
Great place to get away and take in nature! Check out more great things to do and see at
One of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. A great way to spend an afternoon.
make sure to use sunblock when you go, and don't forget sunglasses and hat.
Best in Spring and Fall. Summer gets a bit too hot and in Winter, everything's hibernating and they use the chance to close things down and do work for Spring.
Take the garden tour with Alan, he's the best!
Enjoy the "Visions of Empire" exhibit sponsored by Union Pacific Railroad!
Home of a 19th century railroad tycoon features collection of English portraits, French furniture & rare books. Gardens feature a cactus collection & Zen & Japanese gardens. www.huntington.org
cooling down dulu ah.....
Gutenberg Bible- $50,000 paid by Henry Huntington in 1911, the highest price ever paid for a book.