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It was founded in 1966.

Sherman's Library and Gardens was founded in 1966 by Arnold D. Haskell and named after Moses H. Sherman, a teacher and California patriot.

The Sherman's Library and Gardens is a collection of natural plants exhibited in an inviting environment of fountains, statues, and well-groomed bushes and lawns. Big flowerbeds and multiple pendant bunches emit a color of seasonality and emphasize the early California architectural subject in the neighborhood walls. The library features a little showroom, with items of historical importance. The library itself houses a small handful of California Impressionist artwork.

Sherman's library and gardens are an ideal venue for anyone of all ages. Located on the coast in the Corona del Mar, the Gardens offer a wide selection of live plants, surrounded by immaculate gardens, patios and winter gardens connected by wide brick paths, flower beds, seasonal flowers, and bubble tile thickets. We are a cultural hub with an impressive historical library containing around 25,000 books, brochures and other printed publications related to the history of the Pacific Southwest.

Tuesday
  • 10:30AM–4PM
Wednesday
  • 10:30AM–4PM
Thursday
  • 10:30AM–4PM
Friday
  • 10:30AM–4PM
Saturday
  • 10:30AM–4PM
Sunday
  • 10:30AM–4PM
Monday
  • 10:30AM–4PM

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