Saturday, April 28, 2012
Established in 1972
located at 129 Castillo Street, SB
near the waterfront at Pershing Park
enter the Museum via the front gate
9 am to 3 pm
Monday - Friday
for unassisted tours
3rd Sunday of the month,
docent tours are available
1 pm 4 pm
private tours are available for schools and groups
by reservation, call 9 am - 3 pm weekdays
The Saloon was renamed the "Senate Saloon"
after the first bar established in Santa Barbara.
The Saloon was located on the 500 block
of State Street, before the turn of the Century.
The newly constructed saloon at the Museum includes
western saloon doors from a historic saloon in
Montana (donated by John Mullins). A mirror behind
the bar naming the saloon, a one hundred year old sink
used for ice, aged whiskey bottles from the 1930's
prohibition period, bottle holders and storage cabinets.
(funds for improvements donated by Steve and Susan Engles)
for more information call 805 962-2353
(all information and photos from the Museum's website)
Posted by Carla B. Reeves at 6:07 PM