The Santa Ynez Valley Historical Society Museum & Parks-Janeway Carriage House celebrates the captivating history of the Santa Ynez Valley, the pioneer settlers and five early townships that formed this beautiful region. Step into the past with remarkable Mission era artifacts and a collection of carriages, wagons, stagecoaches, and buggies.
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The Wildling Art Museum, located in Los Olivos, exhibits art that depicts America’s wilderness and preserves the natural heritage of the Santa Ynez Valley. Come explore the art gallery spaces, exhibitions, education center, library, and expanded gift shop.
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If you love motorcycles, the Solvang Vintage Motorcycle Museum houses a wide collection of vintage and rare motorcycles, as well as European race bikes – ranging from the British 1910 FN to the 1990 Buell 1200RR! While it mostly highlights racing motorcycles, bikes on display are constantly changing and expanding.
Check out the Solvang Vintage Motorcycle Museum for more information.
The Elverhoj (pronounced Elverhoy) Museum of History and Art is the former residence of one of Solvang’s most artistic families. This community museum commemorates the history of Solvang, along with being one of the few museums outside of Denmark devoted to the Danish culture and the Danish-American pioneer spirit. Its current exhibit, on display until January 24, 2016, is entitled "East to West: the Kimono Series”by local Santa Ynez Artist, Carol Wood.
For current exhibits, visit Elverhoj Museum.