Albinger Archaelogical Museum, Ventura

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113 E. Main Street 805-648-5823

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    Albinger Archaelogical Museum

    by spgood301 Written Aug 22, 2005

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    This is a small but interesting museum, right on Ventura's Main Street. See all sorts of historical artifacts from Ventura's past, some well preserved, some not so, & learn a bit about Ventura's history. While there, think about the people who were here before us too.

    Admission's free, but a small donation is appreciated.

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    • Archeology

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    Albinger Archaelogogical Museum

    by Yaqui Updated Sep 4, 2004

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    Back in 1973-75, and extensive archaeological excavations began uncovering the foundation to the "lost mission church" and all the other structures that surrounded her. They also uncovered a wealth of artifacts from the many various cultures dating back to 3,500 years ago. In the building they display and explain what was found. Outside in the huge yard is where the very foundation of the first mission of Ventura began. What is interesting is it is right night door to the other mission.

    Weekdays 10am – 2pm
    Weekends 10am – 4pm

    Extended Summer Hours: Wed – Sun, 10am – 4pm


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