Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Comprises 25,000 works of art – an art museum of magnitude and quality more commonly found in cities eight times the size of Santa Barbara.
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The Santa Barbara Museum of Art opened to the public on June 5, 1941 in a building that was at one time the Santa Barbara Post Office (1912–1932). Chicago architect David Adler simplified the building’s façade and created the Museum’s galleries, most notably Ludington Court which offers a dramatic sense of arrival for visitors.
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