The Maritime Museum, at gorgeous Santa Barbara Harbor.
A one-person atmospheric diving suit, used in oil industry projects.
Kids can raise the sail and the basket.
Exhibit about sailors' tattoos and their meanings.
Exhibit about Purisima, the diving bell that is on display in front of the museum.
Sailors' tattoos- the mom one is sweet.
Display on Toot Toot the tug boat.
Fresnel lens from Point Conception Lighthouse.
The museum has some amazing decor, such as the theater in the background that looks like the hull of a oceanliner.
Glass net floats.
The museum is very attractive.
Kids can make a captain's hat or pirate's hat.
Looking up at the periscope, which is upstairs.
Detail on the mosaic tile art in the kids area.
Looking through the periscope!
The fresnel lens is beautiful.
A glistening wave is above you in the surfing section.
Exhibit about the wreck of the Cuba.
Exhibit of a wooden tomol, a Chumash canoe built to make the rough journey to the Channel Islands.
A beautiful diorama of the shore whaling camp at Goleta Beach. California shore whaling took place between 1854 and 1971.
A maritime wheel.
Stand on the surfboard and pose for a photo! Make sure you run your fingers along the tube like a real Pipeline surfer!