Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
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Fun hands on museum with water features. Bring a change of clothes for the kiddos!
10min walk away Open daily 10AM-5PM. This large, well-presented museum is - literally - a hidden treasure. Highlights in the eleven exhibit halls include regional natural history, a life-size Blue Whale skeleton, and a rare skeleton of a pony-sized "pygmy mammoth." $10 for adults; free on the 3rd…
Guests learn about the Santa Barbara region’s unique and diverse natural history and then go outside to explore nature in the Museum Backyard.
The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History has evolved to include more than 3.5 million specimens covering every aspect of natural history—from mammals, birds, and marine life to geology, astronomy, paleontology, and anthropology.
Set in the tranquility of Mission Creek our Nat Hist Museum is a unique wonder. Sit under the serene oak trees, commune with butterflies, learn about our local Chumash tribe. A wonderful experience for all ages.
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