Do you have a young one eager to explore and discover the great outdoors?
Today we showcase the Helen and Peter Bing Children’s Garden at The Huntington Library.
The focus of the garden is on the elements of Fire, Water, Earth and Air. Teaching children the raw elements that fuel the plant world, and how through their growth, we are provided with the elements needed to sustain life. Oxygen, food, natural resources and habitats.
There is much to discover and experience in the garden. Youngsters can walk through mist in the Rainbow Room, crawl through a tunnel to view a colorful prism of light, and feel the effects of sound waves moving through water in a sonic pool and much more.
Entry to the Children’s Garden is included with general admission to The Huntington Library, which also includes access to all exhibitions, galleries, and 120 acres of botanical gardens.
Here are a few guidelines asked of patrons to follow:
- All visitors must wear shoes.
- No drop-offs. Children must be supervised by adult guardians at all times: one adult for every four children.
- Strollers must be parked outside the Children’s Garden. The Huntington is not liable for loss or damage to strollers or their contents.
- No running in the Children’s Garden, as some surfaces may be wet.
- Please do not remove anything from the garden, including stones, plants, or magnetic sand.
- No picnics, please. Lunches and snacks are available in the Café.
For additional information please call 626.405.2100.
We think day 138 of 365 Things to do AROUND Pasadena 😉 will bring you and your little ones a day filled with fun and learning! Be sure to post pictures of your explorations.
A Pasadena Views THANK YOU goes out to Arden Thomas for the wonderful suggestion.
Enjoy the gardens Pasadena!
The Huntington Library
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108
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