Welcome to Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden  

Garden Events


Evening Public Hours in Honor of Memorial Day on Sunday

Sunday, May 26th, 2019 5 – 9 PM (Closed for public hours this Sunday 12 – 4 PM!)

Tour the Garden in the golden hour, linger through twilight and into nightfall for this special nighttime public hours opportunity! Light a votive candle ($1) in honor of our Active Military and Vets. Delicious cherry cobbler, hot coffee, and green tea available for purchase.

Admission: Adults $5, Seniors (65+) $4, CSULB Alumni $4, Youth (Ages 4-18) $2, Children Under 4 FREE, CSULB Students, Staff & Faculty FREE, Friends of the Japanese Garden FREE. Complementary admission for Active Military and Vets and their families for this event! Pay to park in Lot G4


Sunday Fun!

Weather permitting on Sundays open to the public.

These activities are included with your Garden membership or paid admission:

  • Browse a Book - Explore books for children and adults on Japanese culture during your visit.
  • Rake Away Stress - Use the Garden's miniature tray rock gardens to unwind.
  • All-ages Coloring - Enjoy bringing images to life with our fun-for-all coloring activities.
  • Anything Arts Day - Rotating art activity related to the Garden or Japanese culture. Check our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram every Sunday at noon to find out what's happening!

Volunteer Docent Program

Tuesdays and Fridays, year round
8 a.m. – noon

Want to learn more about the EBM Japanese Garden, Japanese culture, and get involved in your community? Work side-by-side with CSULB students to lead groups through the Garden, inform the public about Garden events and programs, and sell Garden merchandise. Participants will enjoy monthly presentations to expand their knowledge of Japanese culture in our new volunteer series called The Japanese Garden: Where Cultures Meet.

All Volunteer-Docents must become members of the Friends of the Japanese Garden. To set up an interview, please call 562.985.8420


www.csulb.edu/~jgarden     (562) 985-8885
The Garden is located on Earl Warren Drive on the CSULB campus.