Yes. The Museum has an onsite parking lot with handicapped parking spots and ramps up to the museum entrance and down to the historic adobes. All galleries are located on the first level and there are no stairs inside the galleries.
Our museum is housed in a steel reinforced concrete and adobe structure built in 1965, constructed in the adobe plaster style using bricks that were made on-site. The museum property was previously a Santa Barbara Gas and Electric Company site during the turn of the 20th century.
The adobes adjacent to the museum building in our lower courtyard are historic. Casa Covarrubias was built by Don Domingo Carrillo using Native American labor in 1817, while the Historic Adobe was built around 1831 at 924 Anacapa Street, and moved to its current location by John Southworth in 1924.
If you have any questions about regional history, please contact Michael Redmon, historian. Mr. Redmon has been with the museum for more than 40 years and is an invaluable resource. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact our archivist, Chris Ervin, in the Gledhill Library or contact him at email@example.com
While photos for personal use are allowed, you must contact our Venue Coordinator about commercial or wedding photo-shoots.
Art groups looking to paint in our courtyards, should also contact (805)966-1601 ext.115
Groups of all kinds are welcome to tour the Museum.
We can arrange tours from pre-school to after-hours adult groups with wine receptions.
Contact the Education Department for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the Museum enjoy invitations to private lectures, seasonal galas, special exhibition openings, and monthly events.
Membership begins at $50 at the Individual Level and increase from there. To become a member or renew your yearly membership, please contact our Director or Membership, Jeanne Buchanan at 805-966-1601 ext.110 or email@example.com
Please contact Dacia Harwood, Director of Marketing at (805) 637-6783 for immediate attention. A press kit and professional images are available by request.