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Garden Hero

One of the world's great research libraries with 12 million items spanning the 11th to 21st centuries, with works on display in the Library exhibition halls

Art Museum

British, European, American, and Asian art including more than 45,000 world-renowned examples of decorative arts, paintings, prints and drawings, photography, and sculpture

Botanical Gardens

Encompassing approximately 130 acres, the Botanical Gardens contain more than a dozen spectacular themed gardens with some 83,000 living plants including rare and endangered species

What's On

A mahogany wood art piece carved with people and shapes.

Sargent Claude Johnson (1888–1967), Louis Braille, ca. 1937. Carved and gilded mahogany, 22 1/2 × 43 1/2 × 1 1/2 in. (57.2 × 110.5 × 3.8 cm). California School for the Blind, Fremont, CA. | Photo © Cesar Rubio.

Sargent Claude Johnson and Louis Braille

California artist Sargent Claude Johnson’s wood carving of Louis Braille and students provides a throughline into the artist’s work, the California School for the Blind, and two tactile opportunities for visitors to the exhibition.

Man adds frosting to a cake.

Lun F. Chan, who was Phoenix Bakery’s head baker in the 1940s, prepares a signature strawberry whipped-cream cake. | The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.

The Sweet Success of Phoenix Bakery

For 86 years, Phoenix Bakery’s confections have been featured in the celebrations of countless birthday parties, weddings, and other festive occasions. The bakery’s historical archive at The Huntington offers scholars insight into the formative years of Los Angeles’ New Chinatown and chronicles the bakery’s impact.

Colorful fabric flowers in a frame.

Spring Gift Guide

The Huntington Store’s Spring Gift Guide is in full bloom! Find beautiful gifts for Mom, special treasures for Dad, and something to celebrate your favorite grad. All this and more only at the Huntington Store.

A collage of images that correspond to Asian heritage stories.

The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.

Celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

  • Discover the stories of important artworks on view.

  • Participate in immersive cultural events.

  • Learn about research happening in the Library.

  • Explore The Huntington’s archive of stories and programming.

  • Stroll through the Japanese and Chinese gardens.

Three images in a collage, left to right: orange roses in a garden, pink Puya flowers, A large Cymbidium plant with orange flowers.

The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.

Now Blooming in the Gardens

Explore acres full of spectacular color and fragrance. Roses, Puyas, Cymbidium, and many other plants are blooming now throughout the gardens.


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