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"An amazing indoor exhibit! "

A landmark museum with interesting exhibits from history, and art. They also have a planetarium and a butterfly garden within the premises. It is not a big space but is well maintained in a beautiful setting. We loved the butterfly garden and enjoyed spending time there. Overall a lovely little museum.

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Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Founded in 1916, the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History reconnects more than 150,000 people each year to nature indoors and outdoors. Uniquely nestled in nature, the Museum is located along Mission Creek in the Mission Canyon area. The Museum has ten indoor exhibit halls focusing on regional natural history including astronomy, birds, insects, geology, mammals, marine life, paleontology, plant life, and the Chumash Indians. Also, the Museum is home to the only full-dome planetarium on the Central Coast, a research library, and the John & Peggy Maximus Art Gallery.


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