Was passing Santa Paula on the 126 and decided to get off on 10th street to grab a bite to eat. After my lunch I decided to site see with my family. We explored Main St. and continued to walk up 10th. We saw the Oil and Art museum but my family were not really feeling it at the moment. We stopped at the historic train depot looked around and then right behind the depot was the Agriculture Museum. We asked "Whats that" and decided to go see for ourselves. The building is amazing... built in 1888 it underwent a huge restoration and is now a musum. The museum covers a wide arrary of topics talking about Ventura County's history. And what "Blew me Away" was how much interative exhibits were inside the museum. It is extremly kid friendly, and we enjoyed climbing on the tractor and buggy... oh and of course the live bee hive! I give the Ag Museum three tumbs up if I had an extra thumb. A Must See. Has a lot of history and fun.
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