Lompoc Museum

Established in 1969, the Lompoc Museum exhibits document the archeology and history of the Lompoc Valley and Santa Barbara County. The Museum was established in Lompoc’s former Carnegie Library to display the Clarence Ruth Collection of Chumash and other Native American artifacts.

Stone Pine Hall

Located immediately adjacent to the main Lompoc Museum building, Stone Pine Hall is used for Museum programs, including lectures, live performances, and receptions. The 1925 structure was built by the Lompoc chapter of the First Church of Christ, Scientist.


Artesia School Museum

The Artesia School Museum is a fully restored and furnished one-room country schoolhouse. Built in 1876, Artesia was the first country school in the Lompoc Valley. It remained in constant use until 1961. A City and County Landmark, Artesia is open to the public the fourth Saturday of every month from 2 - 4 pm.

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Last updated: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 9:06 AM