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Upcoming Events

Enjoy an unforgettable experience year-round at Filoli Historic House and Garden! We invite you to experience the amazing events that we feature for the Spring season. The Garden is bursting with a beautiful palette of flowers, and we invite you to discover its fragrance through specialty tours and hikes. For the Summer season, we will have an outstanding art exhibition throughout the Estate: Nest, Creating Home, and we will also feature our traditional Jazz at Filoli series. The Fall season will boast a harvest festival and an orchard day, where we will invite guests to learn more about the agrarian past of the estate. During Fall, we will also have Bluegrass at the Barn. Finally, there will be a magical display for the holidays, consolidating the success of the new format of Holidays at Filoli, now in its third edition.

We also regularly host rotating exhibits and afternoon teas. Why not take a class from an expert artist or gardener? There are many reasons to return to Filoli! So whether you are on vacation, exploring local landmarks, or looking for a place to relax, Filoli is the perfect place to make memories with family and friends. See the calendar below to learn more about what’s happening during your next visit.

 

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Sold Out! Irish Connections with Three Mile Stone 3:00pm
Sold Out! Irish Connections with Three Mile Stone
Mar 17 @ 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Sold Out! Irish Connections with Three Mile Stone
This event is sold out. St. Patrick’s Day at the Ballroom Join us for a special St. Patrick’s Day concert with the opportunity to dance under the grand chandeliers in the Ballroom! Three Mile Stone is … Read More
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Chesley Bonestell Film Screening 3:00pm
Chesley Bonestell Film Screening
Mar 24 @ 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Chesley Bonestell Film Screening
Join us for a special screening of the documentary film Chesley Bonestell: A Brush With the Future, alongside the filmmaker and special guests. Did you know that a young Chesley Bonestell (1888-1986) worked as an … Read More
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