SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 2013
THE GAMBLE HOUSE CELEBRATES THE CELTIC ROOTS OF THE GAMBLE FAMILY
Next 3 tours: June 12, July 10, Sept. 11
Our 2½ hour Behind the Velvet Ropes tour takes you to parts of the House not usually accessible. You will see exquisite craftsman details up close, and have time to appreciate the ambience of this historic House.
Next 3 tours: May 18, June 15, July 20
Details & Joinery: A Craftsman’s Tour of The Gamble House is led by contemporary woodworker Jim Ipekjian. Visitors will learn how The Gamble House was crafted.
JUNE TOUR IS SOLD OUT
Next 2 tours: Oct. 16, Dec. 7
Fire & Light: The Art Glass of Greene and Greene, led by glass artist John Hamm, examines the glasswork found in the House: windows, light fixtures, wall sconces, cabinets, and doors.
Next 3 tours: May 25, June 22, July 20
Explore the neighborhood of Greene & Greene visits a National Register historic district that is home to 9 Greene & Greene houses.
1-hour Docent Guided Tours. We are open for guided 1 hour tours Thursday-Sunday. The first tour begins at noon and the last tour is at 3p.m.
A picnic opportunity at the House awaits every week on Brown-Bag Tuesdays. Bring your lunch and join us on the rear lawn and terrace from 11:30 – 1:30, and take a docent-led 20-minute tour at 12:15 or 12:45.
NOTE: SPECIAL "UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS" TOUR WILL BE OFFERED FROM AUG. 1-18 (see tour page for full details)
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Monday closed (shop online)
Tuesday - Saturday 10 – 5
Sunday 11:30 – 5
Give a gift that lingers in the memory: a Gamble House tour.
To join in the many programs of The Gamble House and to support restoration and preservation of this National Historic Landmark, please join the Friends of The Gamble House.
Looking for a unique setting for meetings, seminars, working retreats, luncheons, dinners or picnics for corporations, private or non-profit organizations and special interest groups?
Drawings, sketches, photographs, correspondence, and historical documents related to the work of Greene & Greene.
Visit the permanent exhibition at the Huntington Library in San Marino.