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Local history museum with artifacts of Chumash Indians and early pioneers of the valley.
Friday mornings year round with season ripe fruits and vegetables, nuts, spices, specialty items and flowers.
The Zoo has a tropical atmosphere, magnificent plantings, especially palm trees. This makes it a perfect place for different species to call home.
Santa Barbara and central coast maritime history is exhibited here along with archaeological remains of local shipwrecks.
Fresh-picked seasonal produce and flowers Saturday mornings year round.
Fresh-picked seasonal produce and flowers Tuesday mornings year round.
Artifacts and materials covering Spanish, Mexican and American periods.
The museum exhibits American, Greek, Roman, Egyptian, French, and Asian works of art.
Spread out over 65 acres of land the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden displays beautiful plant life and trees for visitors to explore.
Natural history and prehistoric life of the Pacific coast region is displayed for visitors to explore.
Fresh-picked seasonal produce and flowers Wednesday year round.
The Ventura County Museum of History and Art preserves artifacts related to the history of the county and its residents.
Paintings, statues, Indian artifacts, military, wooden bells, Chumash baskets, Juan Camarillo II artifacts and more.
The freshest fruit, vegetables, free range ranch eggs, nuts, honey, potted plants and fresh cut flowers all at the peak of season year Saturdays year round.