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The Huntington to Reopen Gardens July 1 with Safety Measures in Place

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The Huntington to Reopen Gardens July 1 with Safety Measures in Place

SAN MARINO, Calif.—The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens announced today that after more than three months of closure as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it will reopen most of its 130 acres of gardens—with sweeping new safety measures in place—on July 1 to visitors with advance tickets (and on June 17 to Huntington members with advance tickets). During July and August, The Huntington will also be open on Tuesdays, historically a day it has been closed, and will offer special evening hours on certain dates during the summer months in order to expand its more restricted capacity due to COVID-19. In July, there will be two monthly free days, instead of only one, to facilitate broader public access to The Huntington’s popular outdoor spaces. Visitors should check huntington.org for ticket availability and details.

Such high-touch areas as the Children’s Garden and The Rose Hills Foundation Conservatory for Botanical Science, as well as the galleries and other indoor spaces, will remain closed during the summer months but are expected to reopen in the fall. The Huntington’s research library also remains closed.

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