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There’s nothing better than breathing fresh air and getting in touch with nature. State parks, botanical gardens, trails, lakes, and farms are exactly the place to do it – and this area is full of them.

Take a look at all the options within driving distance – you’ll be surprised at how close your next adventure is. We provide the driving directions, but the sunscreen’s on you!
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens

5333 Zoo Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90027   Directions

(323) 644-4200

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The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens

1151 Oxford Rd
San Marino, CA 91108   Directions

(626) 405-2100

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Aside from an extensive collection of rare books, manuscripts and art, the Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens also contain 120 acres of landscaped gardens. Of the dozen principal gardens open to the public, the Children's Garden is most popular for the younger visitors. Children can learn about plants and different elements of nature through fun, hands-on activities.

Enjoy the beauty of nature and the arts in one place at the Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens. Covering 120 acres, the dozens of themed gardens are overflowing with plants-native and rare plants from around the globe. Travel outdoors through the desert, surround yourself in roses, find your peace in the Zen garden or experience the jungle, all in one place.

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