Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens

On Saturday, April 29th, a group of us headed to Pasadena to explore the beautiful Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. 

Our first stop was the Library Exhibition Hall where we saw rare manuscripts, original works of Shakespeare, the Gutenberg bible and several other works from renowned writers. 

Across the way, we took a mini-tour of the Huntington mansion which had a massive art collection. 

We then had lunch at one of the cafes and had great chats all around.

The biggest attraction was, of course, the Botanical gardens. The Rose, Japanese, Chinese and Desert gardens were all breathtaking. 

Each garden boasted its own unique look and style. 

There were several gardens we didn't get to see due to time but we'll definitely come back there again. 

What an amazing time!
By Teacher Caroline (DTLA)

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