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An intimate black box theater with weekly plays, music, dance, and other performances.
This small museum has educational displays about the local ecosystems and friendly docents who are eager to share its history with you. Consider making an appointment as the hours may vary.
This historical site is the location of a former military installation. Take a guided tour of the state park and view the beautiful architecture.
This cozy museum takes a look into the Danish history of the valley and features antiques, furniture, and other knick knacks.
Located on the second floor of a bookstore, this small museum features a collection of books, history, and items depicting characters from the well-loved books.
Those who enjoy literature or simply visiting historic buildings will enjoy this museum that features rare manuscripts, maps, scores of music and more.
Take your little ones to this dance studio where they can learn ballet, tap, jazz and more. You’ll enjoy the recital at the end of the year that showcases the talents!
Be sure to make reservations ahead of time to secure a spot on either the 10:00 AM or 1:30 PM tour of the lush botanical gardens on the estate of renowned opera singer and gardener Madame Ganna Walska. The 14 distinct gardens dazzle the senses.
This quaint older movie theater shows current films and has a cozy atmosphere with funky décor.
This well-preserved Catholic church is surrounded by a beautiful park and grounds. Parking at this landmark and walking around is free, and there is a small fee to enter and take the tour.
MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation, is a one-of-a-kind museum for all ages designed to ignite learning through interactive experiences in science and creativity.
Attend a performance at this theater and you’ll be wowed by the talent of the actors and the intimacy of the outdoor theater under the stars. Be sure to bring a blanket.
Browse or shop for beautiful abstract prints and paintings and you’ll likely meet the artist himself who is happy to chat with you.
The Santa Barbara County Courthouse is located at 1100 Anacapa Street, in downtown Santa Barbara, California. The Spanish Colonial Revival style building was designed by William Mooser III and completed in 1929.
The Santa Barbara Harbor has something for everyone. Come and spend your day having fun kayaking, paddleboarding, jet skiing, sunbathing on the beach, eating, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, and whale watching.
At this charming museum, you’ll find collections from Spanish, Mexican, Chinese and American cultures. Entrance is free with a suggested donation.
This fun museum located on the waterfront has a variety of exhibits, including surfing, film, and shipwreck exhibits as well as activities for kids.
Just across from the Mission, this beautiful park offers thousands of well-tended roses, a fountain, and scenic views of the mountains and city.
At this small museum located downtown, you’ll find pieces by Monet, Van Goh, Matisse and more. View a diverse collection of art, including paintings, sculptures, and rotating exhibits.
Make a full day visit to this museum as you wander through the many exhibits and activities, then venture outside to explore the trails and stream out back.
This small aquarium out on the pier is a fun place to take kids since there are many interactive and hands-on exhibits.
You’ll find a combination of model planes, history, and props from Hollywood movies at this small museum located at the Santa Maria airport.
This children’s museum is full of fun, educational, and interactive exhibits for young kids to play and learn. While it may seem small, it is packed with fun activities.
At this quaint museum, you’ll find a large collection of horse-drawn carriages and a wealth of information on the settlers of the Santa Ynez Valley.
This outdoor amphitheater features open-air concerts and performances. Grab snacks at the concession stand or bring your own, and don’t forget a blanket.
Explore an amazing collection of motorcycles and learn about the history of bikes and the different brands. With so much packed into a small space, you can get up close and personal with a great variety of motorcycles.
This whimsical theater features performances as well as current films. You’ll enjoy the charming décor, such as the ceiling that looks like the night sky.
Attend the symphony, concert, opera, or other performance at this beautiful, historic theater. You’ll find comfortable, plush seats, a bar on each floor, and champagne box service.
Widely regarded as a model botanic garden, the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is a living museum and a member of the American Alliance of Museums, dedicated to research, education, and conservation of California native plants.