- Located on the western edge of the campus at California State University , this garden with its Japanese touch, provides a tranquil setting. Built in the name of the late Mr. Miller, the funds were contributed to the University by his wife. It remains closed in the months of December and January, though the times it is open a lot of weddings are held here. A romantic touch lies in the fact that most of the past students choose this place for a marriage function due to the sentimental value attached. The pond has a lot of Japanese fish in it and the greens stay well-maintained. Check the website for a list of closed days .
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