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  • Albinger Archaeological Museum, VenturaExternal Website Policy
    Artifacts from Pre-Chumash & Chumash cultures, Mission and Rancho eras along with items of everyday life from turn of the century settlers, tell the story of Ventura's early beginnings.
  • Aviation Museum of Santa Paula, Santa PaulaExternal Website Policy
    The Museum consists of the “Chain of Hangars,” each hangar exhibiting the owner’s personal collections. Each one is unique! The private displays include antique, classic and experimental aircraft; automobiles including race cars; motorcycles; an enormous antique radio, juke box and phonograph collection; paintings and photographs; model aircraft and a variety of aviation artifacts.
  • California Oil Museum, Santa PaulaExternal Website Policy
    From fossils to fill 'er up, the California Oil Museum tells the story of the black bonanza that created wealth, work, and prosperity for generations of Californians. The Museum highlights the inner workings of the state's black gold industry through interactive displays, videos, working models, games, photographs, restored gas station memorabilia, and an authentic turn-of-the-century cable-tool drilling rig.
  • Channel Islands Maritime Museum, OxnardExternal Website Policy
    Enjoy Ventura’s special connection to the Pacific Ocean thru world class maritime art and ship model exhibits amid an ocean breeze. Exhibits change often so there’s always something new to see!
  • Channel Islands National Park Visitor’s Center, VenturaExternal Website Policy
    The Mainland Visitor Center is located at the very end of Spinnaker Drive in the Ventura Harbor. Provides the visitor with interpretive programs, a movie about the park, tide pool display, native plant garden, bookstore and island exhibits. The facility is fully accessible and offers a picnic area overlooking the Ventura Harbor. There are also visitor centers on the islands of Anacapa and Santa Barbara.
  • Commemorative Air Force Museum, Southern California Wing, CamarilloExternal Website Policy
    The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) is an all-volunteer organization, with members from all walks of life, dedicated to preserving the history of combat aircraft which were flown by all military services of the United States. The CAF is a non-profit, privately funded and totally self-supporting 501 (c)3 organization. Our CAF aircraft fly!! Each year more Americans see them, touch their metal, smell their exhaust smoke, and listen to the ROAR of their piston engines than visit static displays of all other aviation museums combined! The CAF aircraft throughout the U.S. perform before nearly 10,000,000 spectators every year, recalling the hard-won victories of Americans and other freedom-loving people around the world during the years between 1939 and 1945. The Southern California Wing, CAF was formed in March, 1981, and now has 350+ members. The Wing holds an Open House during most summer holiday weekends.
  • Gull Wings Museum, OxnardExternal Website Policy
    Dedicated to providing a place for children and their families to explore and discover together the wonders of the world around us, Gull Wings, in Oxnard, features over 15 hands-on exhibits or, as they like to say, imagination stations.
  • Leonis Adobe Museum, CalabasasExternal Website Policy
    Welcome to the Leonis Adobe Museum website! As Los Angeles City Cultural Monument #1, the Leonis Adobe Museum is dedicated to restoring, preserving, and sharing the last of the old west. Here, you can experience California ranch life of the late 1800s... visit a Victorian-style early Los Angeles home... see what a jail was like in the Wild West... enjoy a picnic in picturesque Calabasas Creek Park with its antique ironwork and lovely gardens.
  • Murphy Auto Museum, OxnardExternal Website Policy
    You don’t have to be a car buff to appreciate the mint collection of over 40 cars in this car-enthusiasts-dream-come-true of a museum. Celebrating 100+ years of automobiles, it houses a large variety of vintage and special interest vehicles sure to leave you awe-struck.
  • Museum of Ventura County, VenturaExternal Website Policy
    The Museum will be celebrating its centennial throughout 2013 with birthday-inspired exhibitions and events. Rotating exhibits include works by local photographers, artwork created by Ventura County residents or inspired by Ventura County locations, and historical artifacts from the region. The Museum also hosts gallery talks featuring curators and artists.
  • Olivas Adobe Historical Park, VenturaExternal Website Policy
    The main house for the Rancho San Miguel was one of the few two-story haciendas in Southern California and one of the most impressive homes in the Santa Clara River Valley. The Olivas Adobe has stood the test of time and is now a museum where you can get a glimpse of the Ranchero life.  As a special treat, the museum puts on a special candlelight tour every Christmas.
  • Ojai Valley Museum, OjaiExternal Website Policy
    Explore the history, art and culture of the Ojai Valley through permanent and rotating exhibitions. Located in a National Register of Historic Places building (the old St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church), the Ojai Valley Museum is open 6 days a week and also offers Saturday historic walking tours of downtown Ojai.
  • Rancho Camulos Museum, PiruExternal Website Policy
    Welcome to the official website of Rancho Camulos Museum near Piru California, where the history, myth and romance of Old California still linger…
  • Reagan Library and Museum, Simi ValleyExternal Website Policy
    Perched atop a picturesque bluff overlooking Simi Valley, the museum includes a replica of the Oval Office; a Berlin Wall exhibit and a chance to climb aboard the impressive Air Force One which served seven U.S. presidents.
  • Santa Paula Art Museum, Santa PaulaExternal Website Policy
    The Santa Paula Art Museum, Jeanette Cole Art Center was established as a not-for-profit organization with a mission to preserve and share Santa Paula's artistic heritage including the famous Santa Paula Art Collection; and to educate and engage the community through collection, exhibition, interpretation, programming and outreach. The Museum is located in the historic Limoneira Building at 117 North Tenth Street in downtown Santa Paula. It is next to the established City of Santa Paula's California Oil Museum, located in the original Victorian headquarters of the Union Oil Company of California which was founded here in 1890. The new museum site faces scenic highway 150 and is one block from the intersection with Main Street.
  • Strathearn Historical Park & MuseumExternal Website Policy
    Step in to Simi Valley’s past at Strathearn Historical Park & Museum. This beautiful six acre park, which is part of the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District has the feel of a small town from years gone by. This park is home to several historic structures which represent Simi’s past. Come and tour the Simi Adobe, Simi Valley’s oldest structure. Take a walk through the Colony House, which was a pre-fabricated ‘kit house’ shipped by rail all the way from Illinois in 1888! There’s so much more to see…pay us a visit, won’t you?
  • United States Navy Seabee Museum, Naval Base Ventura County, Port HuenemeExternal Website Policy
    The mission of the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum is to select, collect, preserve and display historic material relating to the history of the Naval Construction Force, better known as the SEABEES, and the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps. The second oldest of the official Navy museums, the Seabee Museum was established in 1947 in Port Hueneme, California, which today is part of Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC).
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