Ventura County has a little known secret – an agricultural museum that chronicles the local history of agriculture and other related topics. We’ve listed some of the current exhibitions below, but you can check the Ventura County Agricultural Museum for updates on exhibitions and events.
Website and directions at the bottom….
Contemporary Impressions: The Artwork of Kate Hoffman
February 7, 2014 – May 31, 2015
Award winning Ojai artist Kate Hoffman has been painting for more than 30 years. She studied at the Art Students League in New York and the Instituto Bellas Artes in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums, including the Museum of Fine Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the Logan House Gallery of the Beatrice Wood Foundation of Ojai. Hoffman’s work can be seen in the permanent collections of Rotary International in Chicago and the Ojai Valley Inn and Spa in Ojai, CA, as well as many private collections.
See this beautiful selection of her watercolors; which blend rich earthy colors with outlined shapes of horses, animals and the sea.
On permanent exhibition showcasing the people, crops, and technologies that have made Ventura County one of the leading agriculture centers of California and the nation.
926 Railroad Avenue • Santa Paula, CA 93060 805.525.3100 | Fax: 805.525.0484 • Current Exhibits • Upcoming Events Hours 11 am to 5 pm Friday through Sunday Visit the Museum of Ventura County Admission $5.00 Adults (18 years & older) $3.00 Seniors, Students & AAA members with ID $1.00 Children (17-6 years old) Children 5 years old & younger are FREE
Directions to the Agriculture Museum
The Museum is located at 926 Railroad Avenue in downtown Santa Paula, next to the railroad tracks and across from the Train Depot. Free public parking is available in the gravel lot in front of the Museum.
Coming from Highway 126 heading West
Take exit 10th Street/Highway 150 (exit 12). Turn right onto 10th Street and continue 3 blocks, turn left on Railroad Avenue immediately after going over the railroad tracks.
Coming from Highway 126 heading East
Take exit 10th Street/Highway 150 (exit 12). Turn left onto 10th Street and continue 3 blocks, turn left on Railroad Avenue immediately after going over the railroad tracks.
Adjacent to the Museum