This museum is difficult to get to by foot from the Mission, but it was very interesting when we got there. There was a display from the Eyes in the Sky birds of prey group, and we ended up spending about two hours talking to...更多
Having visited this museum infrequently for over 30 years, I decided it was time to return. Surprise! I knew they sponsored a rescued raptor project, YET I was fascinated to be within feet of these amazing birds as they perched on branches and the wrists...更多
This little museum provides a good look at the natural history of the Santa Barbara area, as well as a good introduction to the local flora and fauna. The section on the history of the Chumash, the native American tribe that lived in the area...更多
I planned this visit so we could attend the Planetarium show. What a disappointment, very unprofessional. The man who spoke had a cough, his laser pointer didn't work and I really didn't learn much, he seemed very dis-jointed in his information. Perhaps the non working...更多
My boy loved the sea animal room and the butterfly room along with the outdoor area. There's a good number of subjects covered. If you want a sob story read about the Chumach in the native peoples room.
This museum has been here for many years. I can remember coming when I was in elementary school for a day trip many moons ago. In this digital very quick quick age this museum was actually a refreshing change. Lots of cool taxidermy animals and...更多
The "Butterflies Alive" and the "T-Rex named Sue" were my two favorite exhibits in 2016. The Museum was also hosting a pottery exhibit and several other fantastic things to see and do. A truly wonderful way to spend a day or more.