Events At A Glance

11/01/2020 12:00 AM - 11/30/2020 11:55 PM PT


Open Every Saturday and Sunday. Registration is required and is open until 9am the day of your visit.


Read our guidelines for your visit created in response to Los Angeles County Protocol for opening outdoor museums and botanical gardens.
* Only registered visitors will be admitted—no walk-ins
* Registration on the website is open until 9am the morning of your visit
* Face coverings over nose and mouth are mandatory and must be worn during your entire visit
* Physical distancing (6 ft) must be practiced at all times
* No pets. No picnics on Sundays but food and drinks are allowed while seated on Saturdays
* We are open rain or shine and unable to issue refunds or rainchecks
* You must leave at the end of your session
* Groups are limited to four and must be members of the same household
* Don’t expose others. Leave if you don’t feel well
* At the check-in table, give your first name to the attendant on the terrace
* Garden paths are all one-way. No passing or backtracking
* The terrace, house and gift shop are off-limits
* The teahouse will be open to see but not to enter
* We recommend you bring water and hand sanitizer. Sanitizer will be available but we advise you to carry your own
* Seating and tables remain in the garden for your use but only at your own risk
* Cleaning takes place before the garden opens but not during open hours
* If you prefer, you may bring your own chair
* Please take your trash out with you
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Visitors with disabilities can enter the west gate (the current EXIT) for access and check-in
Saturdays in the Garden
Some Very Happy Hours in the Garden
Twilight to Dark
See why the most common description from visitors is, "Magical!"
3pm to 6:30pm (New Hours)
Open Sundays
Open Sunday
Now Available: Three 2-hour sessions
A peaceful retreat before the start of another pandemic week
10am to 12pm
12pm to 2pm
2pm to 4pm
Temporarily closed during the pandemic
En Gallery Presents
In Japanese art, the most common subject matter in paintings, prints, textiles, lacquer and other art forms is nature and the four seasons. This exhibition presents a selection of art in different formats in which nature and natural motifs play an important role.
Garden Gift Shop
Temporarily closed during the pandemic
Japanese home decor, kimono, art, teaware