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Earl Burns Miller Japanese Gardens

The Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden is a living museum, art gallery and cultural center. Notably, the garden was made in 1968. Also, it was the first accredited landscape architecture degree program at California State University, Long Beach. Since then, it has grown into an oasis on campus and became known for hosting special events. Additionally, you can feed the playful koi fish here. While strolling through winding pathways to view the Tea House. Better yet, reflect at Zen Gardens situated among colorful seasonal blossoms every year! The tranquil atmosphere that this Japanese Garden showcases a perfect location for weddings, receptions and other special events. With its intimate setting that creates a romantic atmosphere too. It’s not surprising that  this garden has become so popular with customers looking to host their celebrations here! What better way to tie the knot than in front of all those trees with your closest friends and family around. This serene, picturesque landscape is the perfect backdrop for your special event! A true paradise in the middle of bustling city life, this venue offers you more than just space - it provides an escape from it all with its lush greenery. Also, the gracefully arched bridge shimmers in all its splendor as you cross over it to enter this picturesque grounds.

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