Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden180 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 03:30 pm]
- Address: Earl Warren Dr, Long Beach, CA 90840, USA, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5629858420
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Family And Kids
Located in the premises of the California State University in Long Beach, the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden was built by Mrs. Loraine Miller Collins in the memory of her husband. The entire garden was planned and designed by Edward R. Lovell who picked up his influence for this project from the gardens of Japan. Like many Japanese gardens in the world, this one inspires peace and beauty in the minds of those who visit it. Classes organised by the university often take place here in the garden. This romantic setting is also used as a venue for weddings. Other events held here include a Koi auction and a chrysanthemum show. Tea tours also take place here.
Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden Travel Tips
- Visiting the garden is restricted when there is an event taking place here.
How to Reach Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden
- You can hire a taxi to get here.
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Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden Reviews & Ratings
Attend my niece wedding... the ceremony is great & one of a kind for me... then after everyone step out for cocktails so they can transform the garden into perfect dinner in a Japanese Garden with candle light... 👍😉👍
This is truly a quiet Oasis in the middle of the city. It's located right on CSULB property. It makes a great wedding venue. Beautiful. There is a charge for entrance and for parking.
An oasis of tranquility in Long Beach! My wife and I love this garden; we held our wedding reception here in 2012 and enjoy coming back whenever we can. It is a relatively small space, but imbued with quiet beauty in every nook and cranny. The path loops around an emerald pond populated by lazy, well-fed koi and patrolled by mallards and herons. Waterfalls trickle amid carefully manicured bamboo, bonsai, and a rock garden. Stop by, shed your worries, the world will be a better place for it.
Very nice and peaceful garden space. Very enjoyable and relaxing. It is small, very limited bonsai display.
Lovely oasis to remove you from the chaos and it's right here in Long Beach. Make the time to sit and relax and take it in. Time well spent.