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The tower was recommended to us by the delightful ladies in the Visitor Centre - we walked from the beach along to State Street and then down to the tower, it is pleasant walk on a sunny day.
The tower is free to get in,...More
North to Los Angeles on the road to San Francisco, we made a stop in Santa Barbara. Even it is a flat place, the Court House is open to the public and you can climb to the top of the clock tower to have a...More
Date of experience: March 2019
KayS2048, Public Relations Manager at Santa Barbara County Courthouse, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago
Tours of the clock gallery are free. It is open Wednesday and Friday mornings at 11AM and Saturday at 1PM.
Rumor has it that Frank Lloyd Wright said that the Santa Barbara courthouse was the ugliest building. Just because it is completely different architecture than FLW doesnt mean its ugly. The SB building is very beatiful Spanish architecture and fits very well in its surroundings...More
The Court House and the guided tours of it are an easy way to learn some local history, tour an amazing building and see some amazing wall paintings. Even if you don't take the tour it is worth wandering around to see the Courthouse and...More
This historic courthouse at the center of Downtown Santa Barbara is renowned for its immaculate manicured courtyard and gardens. Almost any day you visit, you'll encounter couples getting married outside of it after getting their license inside.