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“How fortunate it is that you are bringing the best of Chinese culture and history to us here in California! I feel so lucky to be living in such close proximity to your garden."  – Marian Huntington Schinske, great granddaughter of Henry Huntington


Visitor Information


Hours & Admission

Explore The Chinese Garden during The Huntington's regular hours. Entrance is included with general admission. English and/or Mandarin speaking docents are stationed in the garden daily to answer questions about its features. Times vary according to docent availability.


Experience the inspiration behind the Chinese Garden with one of our tours! Group Tours are available for groups of 10 or more; Specialty Tours are for individuals or small groups, and take place before public hours. Self-Guided Audio Tours are also available and free to download or listen to on iTunes. For more information visit Tours.


Freshwater Dumpling and Noodle House

In the Chinese Garden, innovative chefs Kajsa Alger and Susan Feniger (of Blue Window fame) offer authentic dumplings and noodle dishes drawn from the many regions of China as well as from surrounding influences such as Nepal and Mongolia. More


Liu Fang Yuan reflects traditional Suzhou-style scholar gardens and features a 1.5-acre lake, a complex of pavilions, a tea house and tea shop, and five stone bridges, set against a wooded backdrop of mature oaks and pines. The initial phase of the garden covers about 5 acres of a planned 12-acre site. View map and audio guide stops.


The Chinese Garden is accessible to visitors with mobility impairments. Wheelchairs are available for use by our guests at no charge at the Visitor Center; please call 626-405-2125 to reserve in advance.


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About The Huntington

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution established in 1919 by Henry E. and Arabella Huntington. Henry Huntington, a key figure in the...

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