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Best things to do in Santa Barbara

History Museum
“Guests learn about the Santa Barbara region’s unique and diverse natural history and then go outside to explore nature in the Museum Backyard.”
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Art Museum
“Comprises 27,000 works of art – an art museum of magnitude and quality more commonly found in cities eight times the size of Santa Barbara”
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Church
“Amazing lawn to relax on and the mission itself is historic. It has a lovely Rose Garden. The girl who was lost in the book, Island of the Blue dolphins when found lived here and is burried in the Mission. ”
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Museum
“Younger children love this place and it’s only a few blocks from the beach in Santa Barbara. Very innovative space. ”
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Museum
“Features permanent and special exhibitions. Relatively small museum and a short tour experience is very worthwhile.”
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Art Gallery
“For a look at what Santa Barbara looked like 100 years ago this is the place to go”
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Museum
“SBMM opened its doors to the public in July 2000 in the Waterfront Center Building, formerly the Naval Reserve Building, with the unique mission to interpret the diverse maritime history of the Santa Barbara Channel.”
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Museum
“While small it's a pretty neat little museum and certainly worth stopping by with the kids if you are on the wharf already.”
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Museum
“Visually stunning gardens. Acres of exotic foliage, lovingly gathered from around the world. Must be seen to be believed. This will be the hightlight of your trip. Need reservations: 805.969.9990.”
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Garden
“An historic landmark dating back to the 1870s, Rancho La Patera and Stow House have been preserved as an educational ranch.”
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Museum
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Museum
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Museum
“UCSB's art museum offers free admission and is about a 10 minute drive from Isla Vista. Check out their website for more information on visiting. http://www.museum.ucsb.edu/visit ”
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