Ventura Pier - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Ventura Pier, Ventura, CA 93001, USA
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About Ventura Pier
Formerly known as Ventura wharf is a wooden pier located on the Pacific Ocean in Ventura. The pier has been designated as Ventura Historic Landmark No. 20.
Attractions Near Ventura Pier
This is a historic live concert venue in the city of Venutura. This was "the only luxury theatre built in Ventura County in the 1920s in the "style of the great movie palaces." the theatre was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
This is one of the Venturas majestic historic building built in 1912-13, used as a courthouse until 1972. It was the first building in the City of Ventura to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has also received historic designations at the state, county and city levels. It is available for rental for your next gathering.Its public indoor and outdoor spaces—Atrium, Patio, Foyer and Community Meeting Room have beautiful floors, ceilings and walls of marble.
This is a Spanish mission founded by the Franciscans in present-day Ventura. It was the ninth Spanish mission established in California.
A beautiful botanical garden, boasting spectacular nearly 360-degree views including the California coast, lush agricultural landscapes. With spectacular coastal views, they offer breathtaking event locations—Summit Plateau, Rotary Plaza, and the newly established welcome center. It is one of the iconic locations in this area.
A majestic museum, which celebrates the history, art, and culture of Ventura County and the Channel Islands through its collections, exhibits, educational programs and publications.
A beautiful beach which is located in Ventura County of California. The beach consists of a 1700 foot pier that has a snack bar, restaurant, and a bait shop. People often come to this beach to surf, swim, and picnic.
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Historically inhabited by the Chumash people, with their presence dating back 10,000-12,000 years. Known for their rock paintings and for their great basketry, the Chumash were hunter-gatherers, fishermen, and also traders with the Mojave, Yokuts, and Tongva Indians.