Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
1212 Mission Canyon Road
Santa Barbara, CA  93105
(805) 682-4726 (Phone)   |   (805) 563-0352 (Fax)
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Year Founded:
    1926

Description:
   The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is an educational and scientific institution, fostering stewardship of the natural world through inspired learning, rigorous scholarship, and premier displays.
    Located on 78 acres in the foothills just above the city, the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden features exquisite exhibits of California native plants displayed in beautiful landscaped settings. Walk along a meadow, through a canyon and redwood forest, across a historic dam, and along ridge tops that offer sweeping views of the Channel Islands.
    The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is the oldest botanic garden in California dedicated to the study, conservation, and display of native flora.

Museum Category:
    Botanical

Business Categories:
    Botanic Garden,    Museums/Attractions/Historic,

Business Hours:
    Open Daily: March - October 9 AM -6PM; November - February 9AM-5PM; closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, & New Year's Day

Admission Pricing:
    $8 adults; $6 senior, teens 13-17, full time students, and active military with ID; $4 children 2-12; children under 2 free

Payment Accepted:
    Cash,   Check,   MasterCard,   Visa,  

Admittance:
    During normal business hours

Location Type:
    Botanic Garden

Languages Spoken:
    English,  

Legal Entity:
    Non Profit - 501(c)(3)

Indoor/Outdoor:
    Outdoor Location

Parking On-Site?
    Yes  

Handicapped Accessible?
    Yes

Smoking?
    NOT Permitted

Cell Phones?
    Permitted

Cameras/Recording Equip.?
    Some restrictions

Pets Allowed?
    Yes

Gift Certificates?
    Available for Sale

Classes Offered?
    Yes.





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