The Huntington offers a broad selection of programming for interpreting the collections and promoting life-long learning to a broad audience. Programs include everything from intensive teacher institutes, public lectures, academic conferences, botanical workshops, Membership events and donor opportunites, audio and docent-led tours, and array of programs for the general public.
Tours are an ideal way to learn more about The Huntington! Choose from docent-led tours, audio tours, groups tours, specialty tours, virtual tours, and free garden tours.
Kids and Families
Kids and families can enjoy a variety of programming at The Huntington including workshops, preschool series, weekend festivals, and even week-long day camps.
Classes and Workshops
Engage with The Huntington's collections by attending classes and workshops for painting and drawing, cooking, floral arranging, wine tasting, film screenings, and exhibition talks and tours.
The Huntington's programming for teachers includes docent-led school programs, free evenings for educators, summer institutes, and a variety of online resources.
Attend academic conferences, lectures, and programs led by notable conveners and scholars; listen to them later in our media archive and on iTunes.
Attend garden talks and lectures, plant sales, teahouse tours, music in the garden, ranch clinics and more for the horticultural enthusiast.
In addition to a year of unlimited free admission, Members receive special invitations to exclusive programs and events including previews of world-class exhibitions, seasonal events, educational lectures, and more.
Member Programs and Events