Listing sponsored by
Scientific Breakthrough. No Shots
Science response to skin aging.
The Ojai Valley Museum dedicates itself to bridging the past and the future through stewardship of our community's heritage.
Cultural history, natural history & environmental education, arts & humanities - Ojai Valley's earliest inhabitants (the Chumash Indians), living botanical gardens that advise the visitor of the uses of native specimens, "Day in the Sespe" natural history & environmental exhibition, Jesse Arms Botke paintings & temporary exhibitions (art, natural history & cultural history, lectures and programs).
The Museum is housed in a 1919 Mead & Requa early Misssion Revival structure, the former St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel - the only building in Ojai on the National Register of Historic Places.
Native American (Chumash), Spanish settlers & pioneer descendants, Jesse Arms Botke paintings, Beatrice Wood ceramics
Through May 27, 2001 - Beato: The Life and Work of Beatrice Wood; ceramics, drawings, jewelry & sari collection.
Wed - Fri: 1 - 4 PM,
Sat & Sun: 10AM - 4PM
$3 admission donation
Across from Starr Market in the former St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel,downtown Ojai
Check with us at a later date.
Robin Sim, Executive Director