Feel the Peace & Wisdom of Nature at the Hammond
THE HAMMOND MUSEUM MISSION:
The Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden is an intimate oasis providing access to peace and mindfulness for all through our tranquil Japanese style gardens and innovative arts and education programs.
Join our very special annual tradition, begun by Natalie Hammond in 1966. Wander through the garden under the soft twilight light before settling in for a Tea Ceremony demonstration at 6:30pm, followed by a very special outdoor concert with traditional koto and shamisen music by Masayo Ishigure and Miyabe Koto Shamisen Ensemble at 8pm. Cultural displays and Asian refreshments available.
Education at the Hammond!
This section contains essays, lesson plans, and videos related to the Hammond’s mission for educators and students to use. Made possible through the generosity of the Japan Foundation.