The Best Places To See in Thousand Oaks

Handpicked Top 3 Places To See in Thousand Oaks, California. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Jeaunine Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Since 1994

American Horticultural Society, Botanic Garden, Landscaping / Gardening, Schools Programs, The Nature Trail, Kid's Adventure Garden, Backyard Wildlife Conservation Program, Garden Clubs and Scout Groups, Walking Paths, High Winds, Rain, Muddy Trails, Desert Garden, Trail of Trees, Butterfly Garden, Herb Garden & Bird Habitat

No charge for admission - The Garden contains mostly native species, and displays over 60 types of salvia of which at least 10 are California native species - The garden is 33 acres (134,000 m²) in size

Kid's Adventure Garden: Sun 1:00 am - 3:00 pm Conejo Valley Botanic Garden: Mon - Sun Sunrise - Sunset (Except July 4 & During Inclement Weather)

I absolutely love this Botanical Garden. I love the fact that I can use it as a walking trail, filled with hills and beautiful nature and foliage comma or as a place to read a book. They have done an absolutely fantastic job maintaining the path and I love that it's broken up into geographical regions. This has become my happy place, where I go to get away from the city and enjoy some time with nature.

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2001 Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

Since 2001

Botanical Garden, Tours, Programs, Sightseeing, Elegant Collection of Gardens in French, Japanese, Italian and English Styles, Gardens Events, Visitor Tour, Organizing A Special Event, Guided Tours, Docent Led Tours, Self-Guided Garden Tour, Weddings, Receptions, Birthdays, Family Reunions, Group Gatherings, Meetings, Parties & Ceremonies

No admissions fee - Volunteer docents lead guided tours and assist with school tours throughout the year

Tue - Sun : 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon : Closed

Beautiful, serene, calming, relaxing, peaceful and full of nature. What a gorgeous place. I came here with my mom and she loved it. Different gardens representing different parts of the world. It's fairly small and won't take too long to see everything but take your time and enjoy every beautiful masterpiece. It really is beautiful. My favorites were the roses, cherry blossoms and the missions of California exibit. The Koi pond is very cool also.

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3290 Lang Ranch Parkway, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

Since 1994

Museum, Gift Shop, Group Visits, Architectural Buildings, Reception, Dinner Party, Special Events, Collections, Heritage, Artifacts, Exhibits, Educational Programs, Gallery Guides, Nature Hikes, School Tours, Field Trip, Meeting Space and Facilities, Guided Tours, Weddings, Receptions, Birthday Parties, School Program, Dine & Shop

This museum is dedicated to restoring and preserving an awareness of the Chumash people and their historical, cultural, material and present-day influence as well as the natural environment and historical significance of this site

Price: Adults $5, Children (under 12) $3, Seniors (over 65) $3

Sat : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon - Fri & Sun : Closed

I was pleasantly surprised by this museum. Built on actual Chumash land, it offers an immersive experience into the life and culture of the Chumash Indians. This museum building may be small but it has a lot to offer with a number of interesting exhibits and displays. The highlight of the visit was the nature walk. Located in the rear of the museum is a 1/2 mile path that leads you to a replica Chumash village. Along the way you'll walk past by a number of large and majestic oak trees.

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