We’ve always been fascinated by the tales of old California. People coming from all over the world in search of gold and silver, fertile lands to farm, or just to create a home for a new generation of Californians.
Lex, Sar and I visited the Ojai Museum in Ojai, California just recently. Ojai is a unique little sanctuary of resort spas, a small shopping precinct, a world famous music festival, well-known spiritual center, and was home to a now deceased centenarian artist, Beatrice Wood.
To get to know the area, we visited the Ojai Museum housed in a former Catholic Church. It was charming but also very informative. We were delighted by the exhibit that is currently on display about the former inhabitants of the area.
Well, we hope you enjoyed this visit as much as we did. We couldn’t fit all of the wonderful exhibits in this post but perhaps we will visit again in the future.
Sun 12n-4pm, Tues-Sat 10a-4pm
Suggested donation: $5 adults, $1 children 6-18
Free: current members, under 6
and, through Labor Day, military members and their families
Address: 130 W. Ojai Ave