Tours are an ideal way to learn more about The Huntington! Enjoy a docent-led walking tour, download free and informative audio tours, get a glimpse of the gardens before your visit with our virtual tours, or simply enjoy a free garden tour on your next visit.


Specialty ToursSpecialty Tours

For individual visitors or small groups of 10 or less. $45-$49/person, includes admission.

These docent-led walking tours allow visitors an insider’s look at The Huntington, with most beginning before public hours. Advance ticket purchase is required. Tour descriptions and online reservations


Group ToursGroup Tours

For groups of 10 or more. $34-$49/person, includes admission.

One-hour estate tours and 90-minute garden tours are available for groups of 10 or more. Please note reservations are required at least one month in advance. Tour descriptions and reservation information




Audio ToursAudio Tours

Audio tours for the galleries are available on The Huntington's free Audio Guide app. Audio tours for the gardens are available on iTunes. All audio tours are free and downloadable to any smart phone or MP3 player.


School ToursSchool Tours

The Huntington offers both guided and self-guided school tours. Guided school tours are provided during non-public, morning hours, and led by volunteer docent teachers, who guide the students in interactive explorations of the institution's treasures. Self-guided school tours are welcome during regular public hours. Guidelines and scheduling


Free Garden ToursFree Garden Tours

Free tours of the gardens are available with general admission or membership. Tours are offered WednesdayMonday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Times vary depending on docent availability; please check in at the admission windows for the day's schedule of garden tours. Free tours may not be reserved in advance. Tours not available on Tuesdays and Free Days.

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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