Things to do in Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara Backroads Wine Tours
Excellent110 Reviews
27 W Anapamu St #226, Santa Barbara CA 93101
Locally owned Santa Barbara Backroads offers daily wine country tours aboard their famous open-air or enclosed Hummers. With daily morning and afternoon pick-ups from all local hotels, this tour is convenient and fun. The Hummers offer a great view and roomy interiors, and their drivers are expert wine enthusiasts, taking you on a historic wine tour of the Santa Barbara area. All tasting fees are included.
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
Very Good286 Reviews
1212 Mission Canyon Road Santa Barbara, CA 93105
For those seeking a quiet refuge, a scenic and serene getaway, the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is just the place for you. With expansive, sweeping mountain views, and some of California’s most stunning and cherished native plants, the masterfully landscaped 78-acre garden is a peaceful place for a self-guided or docent-guided tour.
The Savoy
Excellent1 Reviews
409 State Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 957-4111
The Savoy nightclub, originally build in 1889 as a hotel, is a venue rich in history, with deep roots in the local arts community. They feature everything from an extensive hand-crafted cocktail menu, to live dance, aerial, cirque and musical performances. As they say, “The Savoy is an experience that ignites the senses.”
12th Annual California Wine Festival - Santa Barbara
Don't miss the 12th Annual California Wine Festival, in beautiful Santa Barbara, CA one of the largest outdoor wine festivals in the state! This beautiful city is the original home of the CWF, a spectacular gathering of wine, food, music and fun at the beach! A true world-class resort city, Santa Barbara attracts sophisticated visitors from around the world many of whom spend a few days by the beach tasting great California wines. A hip crowd of thousands of wine lovers flock to our three-day Fe... read more
The Palace Grill
Excellent359 Reviews
8 E. Cota St., Santa Barbara, CA 93101
This Cajun cuisine restaurant is located in Santa Barbara’s Old Town district, and features authentic Louisiana fare. Some favorites include Jambalaya, Crawfish Etouffée, Blackened Filet Mignon and daily signature specials. Their seafood is flown in daily, which makes their popular shrimp and seafood dishes the freshest you can find. Over the 26 years that this restaurant has been open, it has become the go-to spot for authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine in Santa Barbara,
Santa Barbara Certified Farmers Market
Santa Barbara and Cota Streets Santa Barbara, CA 9310
The Santa Barbara Farmers Market is a non-profit organization founded in 1983 with the goal of providing California farmers direct access to consumers. The association is comprised of 130 members, and serves to strengthen the local community through sharing their bounty of local agricultural products. The market is open year round, rain or shine, and offers the freshest and finest of California’s local products.