The Huntington hosts more than 750,000 visitors each year from the United States and around the world, who come to enjoy the gardens and galleries, conduct research, and learn from the collections.
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Plan your visit
All exhibitions, galleries, and gardens are included with general admission, and we're open 10 a.m.–5 p.m. every day except Tuesdays.
Get your tickets, see an exhibition, take a tour, stroll the gardens, stop for lunch...there's so much to do! Here are a few suggestions for planning your visit.
By car, bicycle, public transportation, or Uber, here's how to get here.
Tea in the Rose Garden Tea Room, a leisurely meal in 1919 Cafe, Freshwater Pavilion Noodle House, or the Patio Grill, or just a quick snack at Red Car coffee shop - our five distinct locations offer seasonal, locally grown, made-from-scratch food and beverages.
The Huntington is committed to making its collections, buildings, programs, and services accessible for all visitors.
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.
A perfect place to start your visit, The Mapel Orientation Gallery features a short film about The Huntington's history, "Takeaway Tours", tips and pics from other visitors, selfies with Blue Boy, a Huntington Centennial Timeline and more
Mapel Orientation Gallery
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