The Huntington has announced a phased reopening, starting with the gardens.
The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens has set a reopening date for the gardens. Members will be able to access the grounds from June 17, while non-members will be allowed in from July 1. All indoor areas will remain closed until further notice.
Although all visitors will be required to book tickets in advance, for non-members. Members will be able to book tickets from June 11 at 9 am, while non-member tickets will be available on Sunday, June 28 at 9 am (for the July 1 opening). After that, the tickets will be released 3 days in advance from 9 am daily.
In addition to that, they have announced that there will be free entry offered through July and August along with special evening hours to allow for broader public access.
If you do manage to get a ticket, it’s imperatove that you see these beautiful sections of the 120 acres of botanical gardens: the Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden, the Rose Garden and the Desert Garden.
There will be a number of safety measures and changes in place including the following:
- face-covering must be worn at all times
- water fountains are closed
- visitors and staff will be required to pass a screening test prior to entering
- cashless payments only
- reduced capacity
- wheelchairs and lockers are currently unavailable
Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (including Tuesdays)
Tickets: $25 -$29 for adults, $21 – $24 for seniors and students, $13 for children 4–11, and free for kids under 4.