Timings : 9am - 5pm, Monday - Sunday
Type : Botanical Garden
Area : 1.3 acres
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Accessibility : Wheelchair-accessible car park and entrance
Location : Earl Warren Drive, Long Beach, California
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Named after America’s top 3 horticulturists who started the place with exotic home-grown ikebana flower seeds brought from Japan’s Imperial gardens, the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden is housed within Long Beach’s California State University. With an exceptional collection, the garden is a popular destination for tourists as well as intrigued students from all over the state.
Standing on the Zig-Zag Bridge gives you a panoramic view of the colorful blossoms and varieties of fish at the lake underneath. You can feed the koi fish with your kids at the picnic spot beside this lake. The Zen Garden is a revered place of reflection, feeling nature’s charm and weekend yoga classes by the university’s instructor. Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden has a separate glass museum known for its striking architecture, catering to high-maintenance plants with verdants displays of Asiatic lilies and other ornamental bushes. The riveting backdrop of rare flora and playful wildlife creates the perfect setting for weddings, receptions and birthday parties. The garden has an event space for such celebrations, posh buffet dining and interesting exhibitions. In front of the park, florist Sachiko Fumi sells decorative rainbow roses, yellow rose bouquets and shares her deep knowledge of botany with ardent visitors.
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