Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden
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The Japanese Garden is located at the CSULB campus and it is lovely and peaceful to walk around!
This 1.3 acre Japanese Garden on the campus of Cal State Long Beach offers a tranquil respite in beautiful maintained environment. Best part? Admission to the garden is free (but mind the cost of permitted parking on campus).
On CSULB campus. Check online for hours. Feed the koi fish. Great photo op. Check out the variety of potted bonsai trees. Tea house, rockgarden, waterfalls. Make sure to also visit the University Art Museum while here, also on this list. Earl Warren Dr, Long Beach, CA 90840 Area: University
The Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden is a Japanese garden encompassing 1.3 acres on the campus of California State University, Long Beach, in Long Beach, California, United States. It was dedicated in 1981.
Beautiful botanical gardens and koi ponds set within the campus of Cal State Long Beach which is less than 4 miles away.
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