Events At A Glance

01/01/2020 10:00 AM - 12/31/2020 04:00 PM ET

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Greetings,
We are making plans to reopen to the public very soon and we will post guidelines for keeping you safe while enjoying the garden. Only registered visitors may enter, we won't be able to admit walk-ins. All events have been cancelled or postponed for now. The Festival of Tea will hopefully be rescheduled for later in the year so please check back. We wish you and yours the best and look forward to to having you in the garden again.
Open every Sunday and Wednesday, Thursday and Friday / Closed Saturdays
Garden admission is $7.50  /  Hours are 10am to 4pm
Members always receive free garden admission for two--no registration
Children 12 and under are free / Pets are not allowed / Picnics are welcome but please take out your trash
Open rain or shine (it's beautiful in the rain). No refunds for admission
The garden is wheelchair accessible
The teahouse will be open to see but not to enter
Please check for parking instructions HERE
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Open Sundays
 
10am to 4pm
No events, no music--your opportunity to enjoy the peace of the garden when you can wander the paths or find a secluded spot to sit and listen to the waterfalls.
 
Open Weekdays
 
Open Weekdays
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
10am to 3pm (Note new temporary hours)
Weekdays are tranquil and you can wind down by spending time in nature..
 
    To be rescheduled
Saturday and Sunday
May 30 and 31, 10am to 4pm
11am, 11:30am, 12:30pm and 1pm
12pm, 1pm and 2pm
 
Save the Date!
The Tanabata Poetry and Peace Festival
Second Sunday, August 9
To celebrate Tanabata and to mark the anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the festival will feature readings by Japanese and local poets (including the Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden Poets), music and storytelling for children, origami paper crane folding and traditional Japanese poetry card making workshops.
 
Exhibitions
 
En Gallery Presents (Temporarily Closed)
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)
Japanese home decor, kimono, art, teaware
 
Just for Members
 
This popular early morning event will be held if possible.
Thursday, June 18 (Tentatively scheduled)
7:30am to 9am
 
Learn to make easy and delicious onigiri
Saturday, July 11 (Tentatively scheduled)
10am to 12pm