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Visitors can easily spend a day exploring the Huntington’s colorful property. What a spectacular destination!

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The Huntington Garden is located in the heart of San Marino, just minutes away from Pasadena. It is one of the top rated botanical gardens of the nation and a top destination for families. The Botanical Garden is a magical place where art, culture, nature and beauty meet. This popular place is home to a wide range of plants. The Botanical Gardens boast a gorgeous rose garden, a spectacular bonsai collection, wide-ranging cacti collections, vibrant fruit trees, a peaceful Japanese Garden and a relatively new Chinese Garden. The Huntington also has a children's garden with a blue door, tiny furniture, and ivy-covered pathways. It is a great and safe place for small and playful children. There is also a food pavilion, a popular coffee and a gift shop.

Relaxation and rest are some of the reasons visitors like to discover this gorgeous garden. In addition to the famous library, there is a beautiful botanical garden and art collection. Whether you travel here to explore, relax, refresh, or just have a fabulous time, this beautiful botanical garden is a perfect spot for the whole family.

The Huntington Garden is a must-see attraction which educates and entertains countless people each year. The art collection features well-known paintings and the library exhibits are always wonderful.

Experience the newest way to explore the Huntington! From now on, it is possible for visitors to discover the treasures of the gardens by taking one of the Huntington's guided Premiers Tours. These tours take place in the mornings before the public hours way before the crowd arrives. It is a great opportunity for first-time visitors. Visitors can choose from one of six offerings: Chinese Garden Tour, Japanese Centennial Tour, Estate Tour, Tea and Tour packages. Prices range form $35-$84.

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