Only an hour and a half drive from Los Angeles, Santa Paula lies in the middle of a rich agricultural area in Ventura County. The Agriculture Museum celebrates this major industry. Housed in a former warehouse or packing plant beside the railroad a few steps from the Santa Paula Depot, this building has two main spaces. The first space is an introduction to the bounty of Ventura County, the next space displays tractors and farming equipment, exhibits, a glass covered bee hive, and photo opportunities. A large open space behind is planned to be the site of a model farm. Today, many people believe that food comes from the grocery store, the Agriculture Museum educates us to where food really comes from. The museum is walking distance from several other museums in central Santa Paula.
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