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Kids and Families

There's so much to discover!

Kids and families learn from "the real thing" at The Huntington, be it a personal letter in George Washington's own handwriting, a priceless 18th century cabinet with secret compartments, or a strange carnivorous plant that eats bugs. Youth and Family Programs include workshops, preschool series, weekend festivals, and even week-long day camps.

Girl reading book
 
Story Time
The Funtington logo and a fruit pizza
 
The Funtington
Blue palette
 
Creativity Lab
 
Children's Garden
kids painting
 
Kids Classes and Workshops
Conservatory
 
Conservatory
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Kids Dining
 
Family Events
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Explorers Summer Day Camp
 
The Funtington: Family Fun with The Huntington

Museum Manners

  • Check large backpacks in free lockers
  • Leave food, drinks, and strollers outside galleries
  • Keep a safe distance from the art
  • Use soft voices and slow feet in the galleries
  • Help protect the plants by not picking flowers, leaves, or fruit

Tips for Visiting

  • Prepare for your visit with our Social Narrative for visitors on the Autism spectrum
  • Pick up a Visitor Guide when you arrive to see stroller-friendly paths

Kids Dining

1919 café open for grab-and-go items, snacks, and beverages. 1919 café is open only for guests visiting the gardens with advance reservations. All other dining locations temporarily closed.

 

Membership Offer

Join online at any level and receive 2 additional months free—14 months of Membership for the price of 12! Use code: 2FREEMONTHS.

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