Give the Gift of Membership!


Huntington Gift MembershipThe Huntington Gift Membership is perfect for holidays, birthdays, weddings and special occasions. The Gift Membership is $128 (includes shipping), includes a one-year Sustaining Membership and is ready to present.

Benefits of the Gift Membership include:


Membership Activation Card (allows recipient to activate their Sustaining level membership via mail or in person at their convenience)
All the benefits of a Sustaining Membership:

  • Full membership privileges for two adults at the same household
  • Unlimited free admission during public hours
  • Unlimited free admission during public hours for your children or your grandchildren under 18, accompanied by a cardholder   
  • Express entry (bypass admission lines) 
  • Free admission to special exhibitions during public hours 
  • Free admission to Huntington Festivals 
  • Invitations to special Members-Only events: Members’ Open House, Members’ Annual Preview Plant Sale, Members’ Holiday Event,  Members-Only Afternoon Exhibition Previews
  • Subscription to the monthly e-Huntington News, bimonthly newsletter Calendar, and biannual magazine Huntington Frontiers 
  • 10% discount at the Huntington Bookstore & More, 20% on selected Members’ days
  • Discounts on selected lectures and classes
  • 10% discount at San Gabriel Nursery and Florist 


Sustaining Gift Membership   $128   order button  





Buy 4 Gift Memberships and Get 1 Free
Huntington Membership is the perfect gift for every occasion. Buy 4 Gift Memberships and receive 1 free!
Or, Buy 10 and Get 3 Free 
Gift Memberships are $120 each. Processing and shipping take 5-7 business days. To purchase your Gift Memberships, or for more information, call 626-405-2124 or visit the Huntington Membership kiosk.


Any Membership can be purchased as a gift. For details, please contact the Membership office at or 626.405.2124.

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