Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is a 78-acre botanical garden, containing over 1,000 species of rare and indigenous plants. It is located in Mission Canyon, Santa Barbara, California, United States.
Cold Spring Tavern
Cold Spring Tavern was established as a stagecoach stop in 1865. Originally known as the "Cold Spring Relay Station", it was a horse changeover and meals break station.
Goleta Beach is a region of coastline located near Goleta, California, just east of the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) campus. A portion of the shore of Goleta Bay is managed by the County of Santa Barbara, as the Goleta Beach County Park (GBCP).
The Arlington Theatre is the largest movie theater and principal performing arts venue in Santa Barbara, California, United States. In addition to regular screenings and artists, it is home to many events associated with the annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Santa Barbara County Courthouse
The Santa Barbara County Courthouse is a Spanish Colonial Revival style building designed by William Mooser III and completed in 1929. Architect Charles Willard Moore called it the "grandest Spanish Colonial Revival structure ever built," and the prime example of Santa Barbara's adoption of Spanish Colonial as its civic style.
Old Mission Santa Barbara
Mission Historical Park is a 10-acre park (4. 0 ha) located to the east of the Santa Barbara Mission in Santa Barbara, California.
Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens
Alice Keck Park Memorial Garden is a park located in Santa Barbara, California. It consists of one entire city block, bounded by Santa Barbara, Micheltorena, Garden and Arrellaga Streets.
Douglas Family Preserve
The Douglas Family Preserve is a public park in Santa Barbara, California. The Preserve is located on the mesa above Arroyo Burro Beach.
Chumash Painted Cave State Historic Park
Chumash Painted Cave State Historic Park is a unit in the state park system of California, preserving a small sandstone cave adorned with rock art attributed to the Chumash people. Adjoining the small community of Painted Cave, the site is located about 2 miles (3.
Santa Barbara Historical Museum
The Santa Barbara Historical Museum is located in Santa Barbara, California, U. S.
Casa de la Guerra
The Casa de la Guerra was the residence of the fifth commandant of the Presidio de Santa Barbara, José de la Guerra y Noriega, founder of the Guerra family of California (a prominent Californio family) from 1828 until his death in 1858. Descendants of José lived in the home until 1943.
The Lobero Theatre is an historic building in Santa Barbara, California. The theater was originally built as an opera house, in a refurbished adobe school building, by Italian immigrant José Lobero in 1873.
Alameda Park located in Santa Barbara, California, in the U. S.
Elings Park (formerly Las Positas Friendship Park) is a 230-acre (0. 93 km2) non-profit park located in Santa Barbara, California east of Las Positas Road and south of U.
Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara
The Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara (MCASB), a contemporary art museum, is at Santa Barbara, United States. As a non-profit and non-collecting organization, the MCASB aims at displaying, expressing, discovering, and exploring the potential of the art and design in this era.
Karpeles Manuscript Library
The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museums are a private collection of more than a million manuscripts and documents in the United States, the largest such collection in the world. It was founded in 1983 by California real estate magnates David Karpeles and Marsha Karpeles, with the goal of stimulating interest in learning, especially in children, and to make the collection more accessible, is distributed among many Karpeles museums across the US, each located in a historic building, plus "mini-museums" in schools and office buildings.
Santa Barbara Public Library
The Santa Barbara Public Library is the public library system of Santa Barbara, California. The Santa Barbara Public Library is the second library in Santa Barbara.
Santa Barbara Fine Art
Santa Barbara Point also known as Point Felipe is a cape in Santa Barbara County, California. It has an elevation of 3 feet / 1 meter, located on Leadbetter Beach, in Santa Barbara, California.
The Hill–Carrillo Adobe, also known as Carrillo Adobe is a historic structure in Santa Barbara, California. Built in 1825 and 1826, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
Rafael Gonzalez House
The Rafael Gonzalez House is an historic house located at 835 Laguna Street in the historic center of the city of Santa Barbara, California. Built in 1825, it is one of a small number of surviving adobe houses from the Mexican period of California history.
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