Whether youre a new visitor to the area or have lived in Santa Barbara your entire life, there are many fun things for you do in this lovely part of California. The obvious activities are connected to the great outdoors and natural environment, from biking, to swimming or watching dolphins and whales swimming from the deck of one of the boats offering cruises around the waters just off the coastline. But theres a side of Santa Barbara thats away from the ocean, and its full of interesting things to do on your vacation.
The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum which focuses on marine life is one such place. Alternatively, the Museum of Natural History is home to eleven different exhibit halls, containing many birds, mammals, insects and much more. Paleontology will be busy trying to discover what it is theyve found, while you examine all of the marine life theyve discovered. As you tour the building, dont be shocked when you turn a corner only to discover many varieties of reptiles! The museums planetarium is a fascinating place to visit and even has introduction to astronomy shows for children.
Animals are another big attraction at the Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens where youll be able to see over 700 animals from across the globe, not to mention walk amongst the beautiful gardens. Built in 1817, the Casa de La Guerra is still standing and a very interesting place for anyone with a passion for history, but if railways are more your thing, take a look at the Stow House & Railroad Museum. Wine aficionados however will be looking to travel a little bit further north of the main Santa Barbara area where they can find the local vineyards.
Although Santa Barbara is well known for its ocean views and lifestyle, theres more to the area than just sand, sun and water its a place where you can spend some of your time enjoying the beach, and the other part of it checking out the other various activities the area has to offer.
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