Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens
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.
More than 14,000 different varieties of plants are showcased in more than a dozen principal garden areas.
World famous paintings, sculpture & history. Beautiful Rose and Japanese Gardens. Make reservations for the Tea House.
One of the best reasons to visit L.A. Start your day early to enjoy all of the gardens and galleries, which are spectacular. The all you can eat high tea is a treat - make a reservation.
Founded by Henry Huntington, who had a special interest in books, art, and gardens and amassed one of the finest libraries in the world. Contains several beautiful gardens.
Grocery or Supermarket
“Closest grocery store, if you want a standard American one. If you want a crazy Chinese one with super good deals on meat and all kinds of unusual fare, try Shun Fat around the corner.”
“Wonderful Mexican bakery. Fresh pastries and affordable fresh fruit and veggie juices. They also have tamales and champurrado. Try the pumpkin empanadas. ”
“AUTHENTIC MEXICAN CUISINE. SUNDAY 8am-9pm MON-THU 9am-9pm FRI 8am-12am SATURDAY 8am-10pm across the street on Huntington Drive and two blocks over to the left. 0.3 miles away 5 minute walk. ”
“Fabulous for ladies only! You will be in all your glory, but around normal bodies. Be sure to get the akuri scrub - you will never feel so clean! They even have heated toilets!”