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Santa Barabara Botanic Garden & ShinKanAn Teahouse and Garden

Santa Barabara Botanic Garden & ShinKanAn Teahouse and Garden  | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

1212 Mission Canyon Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
USA

Widely regarded as a model botanic garden, the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is a living museum and a member of the American Alliance of Museums, dedicated to research, education, and conservation of California native plants.

As an accredited museum and botanic garden, the SBBG differentiates itself from being just another beautiful place with open space and pretty flowers. The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is a living museum where collections-based research preserves California native plants and displays them in a beautiful setting.

As a botanic garden, by definition, our institution holds documented collections of living plants for the purposes of scientific research, conservation, display and education.
As with other botanic gardens, the SBBG also provides visitor services that include tours, educational activities, displays, art exhibitions and a variety of forms of entertainment. We are one of only 30 gardens accredited by the American Alliance of Museums as a living museum.

Tea House
The teahouse was originally built  in Kyoto, Japan in 1949.

Contact

Phone: (805) 682-4726
Website: Click to Visit
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