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We had a school field trip to the museum. The guide was very entertaining and informational. Good to know the history of the local area. There are outdoor caves, huts and many things to see inside the museum.
This museum is very relaxing, informational and authentic. Behind it you will find a wonderful walk or path through the hills and forest to the old Chumash land where they used to dwell, complete with some remnants of days gone by. It can be quite...More
By some standards, it's underwhelming because it's a small museum. Nevertheless, the quality of everything that's there is high. Construction of the museum and parking is quite new, well designed, and premium quality. The museum exhibits are all done with participation by native Americans (not...More
We went to the Chumash Indian Museum.
The Chumash Indian exhibits and animal exhibits were both very good. While the museum is small its very well done. There is also a walk out to see a Chumash Indian Village area. (we opted ot to do...More
The museum will take about 10 minutes to stroll through. The grounds are lovely, shaded but can be "buggy". Nice for a stroll and there is a hike nearby that is popular with bikers and hikers and horse riders. The museum has a small fee...More