We will met at the Grantville Trolley Station at 7:00am for carpooling. Passengers will chip in for gas. We will leave at 7:30am and arrive about 9:30am. Admission price is: $20 for adults. $11 for a group of 15 or more so lets all try to arrive by 10:15 so we can get this great discount.
If you change your mind and can't go, please change your RSVP. If you are driving up on your own, then please leave a message on here so we will know.
The Huntington Library
Current Exhibitions: Current Exhibitions
Gardens Info: In 1903 Henry Huntington purchased the San Marino Ranch, a working ranch with citrus groves, nut and fruit orchards, alfalfa crops, a small herd of cows, and poultry. His superintendent, William Hertrich, was instrumental in developing the various plant collections that comprise the foundation of the botanical gardens. The property—originally nearly 600 acres—today covers 207 acres, of which approximately 120 are landscaped and open to visitors. More than 14,000 different varieties of plants are showcased in more than a dozen principal garden areas. Forty gardeners, a curatorial staff of seven, and more than 100 volunteers maintain the botanical collections, provide interpretive programs for visitors, and propagate plants for special sales.