956 Maple Ave, Carpinteria California 93013
This museum focuses on the three distinct cultures expressed throughout Carpinteria's long history - Chumash, Spanish and American. The area's multicultural history is depicted through antique household objects and specialized tools. The Chumash Room highlights the centuries-old lifestyle of the valley's American Indians. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday in the afternoon. Admission is free and donations are gladly accepted.
From the 101 take the Casitas Pass exit. Turn away from the mountains. At the light turn right. In about four blocks you will turn left onto Maple Avenue. There is parking on the street.
Other History nearby:
(Ventura) Albinger Archaeological Museum
(Carpinteria) Carpinteria Valley Museum of History
(Calabasas) Leonis Adobe
(Malibu) Malibu Lagoon Museum
(Ventura) Olivas Adobe Historical Park
(Simi Valley) Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
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05/22 Coming to The Carpinteria area
OC Greek Food Fest Anaheim CA May17-19 The OC Greek Food Festival celebrates the best of Greek food, music, dancing and culture. Experience authentic Greek foods and homemade Greek pastries; traditional Greek dancing and Greek music.
Baroque Music Festival Corona del Mar CA June16-23 We strive for historically stylistic interpretations of the great masterpieces of the Baroque period.
Festival Mosaic San Lui Obispo CA July16-28 Five centuries of music on the central California coast.
Santa Barbara Greek Festival Santa Barbara CA July27-28 Enjoy delectable festival favorites like gyros and moussaka. And no Greek village would be complete without homemade pastries from Yiayia's traditional recipes: baklava, melomakarona, and kataifi are just a few of the sweet treats to delight you.
Antique And Garden Show Bakersfield CA August12-13 =The show features 200 dealer spaces, located on five tree covered acres, 30 historic buildings, a variety of great food, and live blues and jazz music.