The Pleasant Valley has a rich history created by a blending of peoples and cultures over the centuries beginning with the prehistoric ancestors of the Chumash and encompassing Spanish and Mexican settlers of the Mission Era and romantic Rancho Period, and the "Americanos" who settled in the new State after the Mexican War. The rich agricultural area flourished as the early ranchers and farmers worked to develop the towns and economy, an effort assisted by the advent of the railroad. The Museum and Garden are designed to provide visitors with a glimpse of this heritage by sharing the legacy of those who brought dreams to life in this Pleasant Valley.
Saturday-Sunday Noon-4 p.m.
12 Noon - 4 P.M.