The Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor & Convention Bureau has created a complete Visitor Guide to the Santa Maria Valley. Inside, you’ll find everything from a detailed history of our storied valley to a helpful breakdown of all the best places to taste your way through town.
Things to Do in Santa Maria Valley
Boomers! Santa Maria
Boomers! Santa Maria has something for everyone—it’s like having an amusement park in your own backyard! From mini golf and go-karts to bumper boat and a batting cage, your family will enjoy spending time in this fun, family-friendly environment.
Located in the northernmost portion of Santa Ynez Valley within Santa Barbara County, in 1978, Zaca Mesa was the first to plant Syrah in Santa Barbara County and over the years they have learned that the grapes varieties indigenous to the Rhône valley of France prosper in its vineyard. Since 1997, they have focused on […]
OstrichLand USA is fun for the whole family! With a gift shop featuring unique gifts ostrich and emu-related, families can feed ostriches and emus, allowing you to get up close and personal with these big birds. Ostrich eggs are available year-round and emu eggs available in the winter and spring season.
Founded in 2010, Kitá Wines is a small, premium winery located in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley within the Santa Barbara County AVA (American Viticultural Area). The word “Kitá” means “Our Valley Oak” in the Santa Ynez Chumash native language of Samala. Like the valley oak, their wine highlights the gifts from Mother […]
Santa Maria Wine Trolley comes to the Santa Maria Valley!
Explore our wineries in style! The Wine Trolley route takes approximately 75 minutes and takes you to our amazing wineries.The wine trolley will run Saturdays and Sundays, and run every 75 minutes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting at Town Center West. The wine trolley will also run one additional route from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., but will […]
PCPA Presents: Fences
August Wilsonʼs Pulitzer and Tony Award winning masterpiece will swing onto the Marian Theatre stage in this gripping family drama about Troy Maxson, a former star of the Negro baseball leagues who now works as a garbage man in 1957 Pittsburgh. As a black man excluded from the major leagues during his prime, Troy’s inner […]
The Phantom of the Melodrama
In an effort to be taken seriously as a “legitimate theatre,” the Melodrama decides to produce the most famous musical of all time, The Phantom of the Opera. But things go awry when off-stage drama, bad luck, and a mysterious figure derail the production. With a colorful cast of characters, hysterical song parodies, and witty […]
Annual Los Alamos Old Days
The Los Alamos Old Days Celebration is held each year to honor, preserve and celebrate the town’s authentic Western heritage. Highlights of the weekend celebration include free entertainment, two-day Peddlers Mart, and Sunday morning’s Greatest Little Small Town Parade! The 2017 celebration will take place on September 22nd-24th on Bell Street in Downtown Los Alamos.