Top Attractions in Thousand Oaks
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- TGOTW is a beautiful-peaceful pocket of all things gardening right in the middle of Thousand Oaks. Unexpected, to say the least, as it’s surrounded by commerce & pedestrians, it becomes a much needed moment of meditative strolling among roses and arches, koi fish and the most surprising gift of all-a fantastic-blue enamel tiled roof-japanese tea house. Believe me, you are not ready for this. Then, you realize how wisely you’ve used 2 hrs of your day & remember it forever. No photography is allowed, but this works perfectly toward the ambiance of the garden & the experience. No TikTokers, IGramers or SSMM interrupting the esence of this little slice of paradise.
Don’t miss this jewel.Written April 13, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Visit on a weekday if you don't like crowds on the trail. There are several different trails from easy to challenging. The waterfall is what everyone seems to want to see. It's a nice, moderate hike but, again, go on a weekday.Written February 3, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This waterfall is very popular. It runs all year because it is fed by street runoff. Still pretty but over loved, especailly on the weekend. Parking can be tight and the trail busy especailly around the falls.Written February 3, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Imagine, deer, trees, meadows just off highway 101. I especially enjoy the Cheseboro canyon area. Walk, contemplate, visualize the oak forest, watch for deer and critters. Wonderful place.Written February 20, 2020
- Teens are pretty paranoid delusional but so is the entire town so just set back and laugh as even some the the homeless women do only to return after a couple weeks doing the same thing all over. Other than that, great staffers and quite place.Written May 21, 2022
- We stumbled upon this botanical garden and we were delighted to have found it. Entrance to the gardens is free, but donations are requested. There are different garden areas representing different climates. For example, desert, meadows, native, etc. The walking paths were clearly marked and easy to follow. The view from the highest point was beautiful.Written July 12, 2022
- The Chumash Indian Museum has something for all ages. Great artifacts and insight into how the Chumash Indians lived in harmony with nature in the Conejo Valley. Hunting, fishing and farming tools were interesting and the museum was not crowded even though we visited on Thanksgiving weekend.Written July 29, 2019
- We had a flight of beers and enjoyed them. Quite a varied selection on tap. The make all the beers they serve but not on site here.
It appears they do not serve food.
It was quite on a Wednesday evening.
I will go back and try some other types next time I'm in the area.Written May 9, 2019
- We love this place. Saw Broadway Bound a couple of weeks ago. Excellent cast, really. Excellent scenery.. We went on a Thursday night and were shocked the place wasn't packed. The person next to us told us that most people go on Friday and Saturday. Wake up, Thousand Oaks, you're missing a group that deserves more. Plus you'll spend less than the cost of a movie and a giant bag of popcorn.Written February 10, 2018
- Knowing that it is a small theater with an amateur cast, we weren't expecting to like "The Gondoliers" so much. We had positive experiences with Gilbert and Sullivan before so knew what to expect. There was a good small orchestra and the acting an singing were also good. All in all, a very enjoyable evening. Getting there was an adventure -- up a dark hill in a park and from the parking lot only the roof visible. But worth it.Written March 23, 2017
- I have been a Theatre League season ticket holder for more than 10 years. The shows are varied and fantastic. The Kavli theater has great seats, but try not to sit right in the middle as there is no center aisle.Written May 6, 2013
- Maybe it's because we are not very much into art as many others, but when my wife and I walked into the museum, it seemed just so-so. I didn't find anything special or eye-catching.
Both my wife and I have been to numerous museums, US and overseas, and to us, this is just so-soWritten December 3, 2018
- I have been to this theatre several times. The shows are good quality, but can be expensive. Also, I wish they offered more dance productions.Written February 14, 2020
- Went shopping at the Oaks and there are many stores Macy’s, Nordstrom’s, forever 21,Anthropology etc
Fairy large Food court which includes Pizza. hot dog on a stick, Asian Food, and Mrs Fields cookieWritten October 8, 2019
- My Axepert last night was Matt. He was super attentive and made sure we had a blast. He taught us how to throw the axes, took our orders, broke the ice and made sure we all got comfortable. He was so great- made our reservation that much better. Thanks Matt! Cant wait to be back!Written September 10, 2022
Frequently Asked Questions about Thousand Oaks
- The most popular things to do in Thousand Oaks with kids according to Tripadvisor travelers are:
- Wildwood Regional Park
- The Gardens of the World
- Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area
- Thousand Oaks Grant R. Brimhall Library
- Paradise Falls
Thousand Oaks Attractions Information
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