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Santa Barbara Trapeze Co.

Santa Barbara Trapeze Company is Southern California’s premier flying trapeze school, but it’s not just a circus school - it’s a space where you come and find out who you are, and what you are made of; you will leave feeling confident &…


Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Celebrate 5,000 years of human history and creativity on a visit to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA). First opened in 1941, the Museum is located in the heart of downtown in a stately building that was once the Santa Barbara Post Office.…


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Flamenco Arts Festival

The Flamenco Arts Festival (FAF) is an international cultural arts organization devoted exclusively to the art form of flamenco. Since 1999, the FAF has presented world-renowned flamenco artists from Spain and the U.S. in productions…


Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club

Established in 1911, the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club is the third oldest polo facility in the United States and is world-renowned for its four lush polo fields and international outdoor competition. In addition to the playing fields and…


Santa Barbara Maritime Museum

The Santa Barbara Channel is a pillar of the city’s history and the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum (SBMM) is the perfect place to learn about it. Located in the picturesque Santa Barbara Harbor, the Maritime Museum provides exhibits and…



Music Academy of the West

The Music Academy of the West advances the development of 21st century classically trained musicians and cultivates discerning, appreciative, and adventurous audiences. Founded in 1947, the Academy operates on a 10-acre, ocean-side campus in Santa…


Granada Theatre

A local landmark for more than a century, The Granada Theatre is the central coast’s premier performing arts venue. Located in the heart of downtown Santa Barbara, the theater is home to the Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts…


Old Spanish Days Fiesta

Celebrating its 100th year, Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara is a beloved Santa Barbara tradition dedicated to honoring and preserving the city’s history, spirit, culture, heritage and traditions. The annual five-day festival, called…


Santa Barbara County Courthouse

For a firsthand look at one of the country’s most beautiful public buildings, look no further than the Santa Barbara County Courthouse. Designed in the Spanish-Colonial style and completed in 1929, the fully operational Courthouse is an…


UCSB Arts & Lectures

Founded in 1959, UCSB Arts & Lectures is the largest and most influential arts and lectures organization between Los Angeles and San Francisco. This nationally recognized, award-winning program brings exceptional cultural and artistic…


Free Summer Cinema

The Free Summer Cinema is back and better than ever! On Friday evenings in July and August, join the UCSB Arts & Lectures department—and nearly every local in town—for beloved films the whole family will enjoy. One of Santa…


California Nature Art Museum

California Nature Art Museum, where art and nature meet, offers visitors a unique perspective on the importance of preserving our natural heritage. The California Nature Art Museum’s mission is to inspire our community and visitors to enjoy,…


Elizabeth Gordon Gallery

Established in 1984, Elizabeth Gordon Gallery has become a premier destination for contemporary art collectors and enthusiasts. Its stunning collection of paintings adorning the gallery walls offers a captivating experience and stands as one of the…


Simpson House Inn

Nestled within an acre of lush English gardens is Simpson House Inn, a Santa Barbara historic landmark featuring 15 guest rooms, suites and cottages. A short walk from the bustling downtown and State Street shopping, the Simpson House Inn is…


Riviera Beach House

The Riviera Beach House blends historic splendor with sophisticated design and offers artful lodging for style-minded clientele. As Santa Barbara’s closest hotel to the Amtrak train station, MOXI and the Funk Zone, with public bus and trolley…




Casa de la Guerra

With its white adobe walls and red-tiled roof, the iconic Casa de la Guerra is the foremost place to learn about Santa Barbara’s Mexican period (1821-1848). This important historic landmark was built between 1818 and 1828 for José de…


Santa Barbara Arts & Crafts Show

Held every Sunday year-round and on Saturdays of major holiday weekends, the Santa Barbara Arts & Crafts Show highlights more than 200 of the amazing local artists and artisans who call Santa Barbara home. From original drawings and paintings…


Architectural Foundation of SB

Founded in 1983, the Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara is a public non-profit charitable corporation whose mission is to support and provide programs that promote education about the importance of art, architecture, and design excellence.…




Tamsen Gallery

The Tamsen Gallery features the vibrant work of visual artist Robert W. Firestone.  Firestone’s art portrays the human psyche and its colorful emotional experience, drawing inspiration from his experience as a clinical…



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