This Week at The Huntington


More Dates to Visit. Evenings, Too!

Orange flower

Tickets for July 814 will be released Tuesday, July 7

Garden with sign

Plan Your Visit

Tickets for the week of July 8–14 will be available Tuesday, July 7 at noon. New safety protocols are in place to keep everyone safe when visiting The Huntington. Here’s what to expect: Watch

Evening Visits

Baroque fountain on the North Vista

For Members and the Public
Huntington Garden Strolls

Selected dates in July and August
Enjoy a leisurely walk around the grounds 5:30–8 p.m. during selected evenings in July and August.  Advance tickets required

Tempietto at twilight

For Upper Level Members
Members Evening Strolls

July 12, 19, 26, Aug. 2, 9, and 16
Contributor level Members and above enjoy an evening stroll in the gardens from 5:30–8 p.m. on selected Sundays in July and August as musicians perform–safely distanced, of course–throughout the gardens.  Advance tickets required


Detail of WWI poster

A Resurgence of Victory Gardens

In an effort to increase self-sufficiency and reduce trips to the grocery store during our current pandemic, a growing number of people are adding vegetable and herb gardens to their own yards. Read

On View

Closeup of Red Earth

Red Earth

Installed near the southern entrance to the Japanese Garden, Lita Albuquerque’s work contrasts dramatically with the cool greens of the shady bamboo grove and is intended to mark its specific location in time and space.  Watch

For Your Library 

Cover of This Is What I Know About Art

This Is What I Know About Art

Arts writer and co-editor of Black Futures Kimberly Drew shows us that art and protest are inextricably linked. Drawing on her personal experience, Drew challenges us to create space for the change that we want to see in the world.  Shop  

Fun For Kids

Staff member John Villarreal with The Lorax book

Story Time with John

Enjoy story time at home brought to life by Huntington staff member John Villarreal, and create follow-up art projects. The Lorax teaches listeners about the importance of “speaking for the trees,” as well as taking care of the living things in our environment. Watch

Just Released

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Hear and Now: Episode 3

At a time when a lot of us are (re)connecting with our cooking skills because of the pandemic, what can we learn from old recipes? In this episode, host Giovana Romano Sanchez talks with rare book cataloger Shelley Kresan about The Huntington’s historic collection of cookbooks. Listen


Keep sending your pics and we’ll celebrate them here with others who want to enjoy #TheHAtHome

Photo by Robert Webber

Photo by Kim Agnew

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Photo by Nancy Holland

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The Huntington is grateful for the hundreds of supportive donors who made contributions to the Molina COVID-19 Challenge. While we are pleased to have met the match, the need is still great. Please consider making a donation today. We appreciate your help. Donate

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