COVID-19 UPDATE: The gardens are open (galleries remain closed). All visitors, including Members must reserve tickets online in advance.
What to See
See current exhibitions, hundreds of rare materials in the Library Exhibition Hall, grand manner portraits and exquisite objects of art in the Huntington Art Gallery and Scott Galleries of American Art, a botanical conservatory, and acres of spectacular gardens in between!
Included with general admission, temporary and ongoing exhibitions are on view in the Library Exhibition Hall, Huntington Art Gallery, Scott Galleries of American Art, and MaryLou and George Boone Gallery.
See "Remarkable Works, Remarkable Times: Highlights from the Huntington Library," an ongoing exhibition featuring some 150 rare objects drawn from the Library's extraordinary collections including the spectacular Ellesmere manuscript of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, the Gutenberg Bible, and Audubon’s Birds of America.