The Huntington Library, Collections & Gardens

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The Huntington Library, Collections & Gardens

Monday, Feb. 24
8 a.m.-6 p.m.
$99 per person

Includes motorcoach transportation, admission, guided tour, and bus driver gratuity
Registration Deadline: February 17
Activity Level: Moderate w/considerable walking
Lunch on your own
Pickup is at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus (37500 Cook St.)
Parking Permit Required

It's always a beautiful time to visit the magnificent Huntington, an expansive estate near Pasadena featuring art galleries, a library of rare manuscripts, and 150 acres of one of the world’s finest botanical gardens. We’ll start with a one-hour guided walking tour of the famous estate and gardens where you’ll learn how Henry and Arabella Huntington turned their San Marino Ranch into a world famous cultural landmark. Then you can explore at your own pace the Huntington mansion gallery, whose treasures of 18th-century British art include the famous Blue Boy and Pinkie paintings. You can visit the conservatory, stroll lush gardens and visit a host of other galleries housing world-class art. Save time to experience the serenity of the Chinese “Garden of Flowering Fragrance,” featuring a 1.5-acre lake bordered by Taihu rocks, hand-carved stone bridges, a stream, and a canyon waterfall. Lunch is on your own at the estate’s cafe, or enjoy a delightful English Tea service in the charming Rose Garden Tea Room (advance reservations required).

This trip is offered in partnership with Let's Go Travel!  To register, email us or call (760) 320-3009.

Let's Go Travel! Day Trip Cancellation Policy.pdf 
CSUSB Release of Liability Waiver.pdf

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Huntington flyer