Based on recommendations from the State, local health officials, and the CDC, all City sponsored programs, classes, events, leagues, rentals, permits, field reservations, and tours have been cancelled until further notice. We look forward to "recreating" with you in the future. In the meantime, take care and stay safe!
For more information on updates to City services, please visit our COVID-19 webpage.
This museum is located next to Mission San Buenaventura and was once the home to 5 different cultures spanning 3,500 years of history
The Olivas Adobe is Ventura County's only remaining Monterey-style adobe home from the Rancho era.
Read about the history of the Ortega Adobe and its residents.
San Buenaventura City Hall has been designated a State of California Historical Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Since 1872, the Ventura Pier has stood as a symbol of the region's rich history and natural resources. Once the cornerstone of Ventura County's agricultural, construction and oil trade, today the Ventura Pier is a favorite attraction for fishing, picnics, sunset strolls and beautiful views of Ventura County's coastline and the Channel Islands.