Museum, Garden, and Café: Free to members. $5 for adults $4 for seniors, Free to children under 12
Added to JGarden:
Lorraine Laken, Director
Founded in 1957 by the late Natalie Hays Hammond as a not-for-profit center for the humanities. the Japanese stroll gardens are open through Nov. 4. Volunteers help to maintain the manicured gardens and in the process gain a greater understanding of the gardens’ cultural history. The museum offers a beautiful setting for lunch at the Silk Tree Cafe, served on the patio terrace in warmer weather.