RSVP for event is required.
Purchase your ticket for 10 am Sunday, May 22 timed entry here (or read further for discount info) https://www.huntington.org/plan-your-visit
⛲️ The Huntington Library has 16 beautiful, themed gardens, three remarkable art galleries, and a world renowned, independent research library. For AAPI Heritage Month, we start exploring this massive institution at the beautiful Liu Fang Yuan Chinese garden. The classical Chinese garden is like taking a journey back in time! Next, we visit the iconic and very popular Japanese garden with it’s moon bridge, koi pond, and it’s traditional Japanese architecture. From there, we can discuss which garden, gallery, or exhibition hall we want to explore together or independently. Get ready to walk, talk, and take a lot of pretty pictures!
We will gather at 10 am right outside the admission entrance. If you’re running late, look for us at the Chinese garden first and then Japanese garden. Check the Discussion posts on this FB invite for updates. Be sure to purchase either the 10 am timed entry for 5/22 or a shuttle ticket.
Discount tickets if taking the shuttle
You can get $15 discount tickets called vouchers even if the general admission tickets are sold out if you take the free H Route shuttle to The Huntington! You must purchase your combo shuttle/admission ticket at
Park for free at the Sierra Madre Villa Station. Take the 9:40 am shuttle. Receive the discount ticket as you get off the shuttle. Read all the details at
Driving or Biking
Parking is free. Bike racks are near entrances. There are two entrances, one on Oxford Road and one on Allen Ave.
Watch the weather forecast. Consider wearing sun protection such as a hat or sunscreen. You’re allowed to bring in water. Wear comfortable shoes.
Please read Huntington Library’s policies before arriving. https://www.huntington.org/plan-your-visit
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About TAP Taiwanese American Professionals Los Angeles (TAP-LA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing and empowering the Taiwanese & Taiwanese American community in Greater Los Angeles through networking and professional development, while emphasizing the preservation of Taiwanese American Identity. Our programs and events are focused in five main areas: Community Building, Professional Development, Promoting Taiwanese/Taiwanese American Culture and Identity, Health and Wellness, and Community Service. For more info, check out our website: tapla.org