Sightseeing in Nipomo

Wine Tasting for Two with Bottle and Optional Expiration Protection at Toretti Family Vineyard (Up to 53% Off)

Toretti Family Vineyards

Los Olivos

$62 $29

Sample wines pressed from grapes grown in the on-site vineyard

Tasting for Two with Glasses and a Bottle of Wine at Malibu Family Wines Tasting Room (Up to 62% Off)

Malibu Family Wines

Los Olivos

$66 $25

A 90-acre winery producing nine varietals, including Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon; taste five wines at the Los Olivos tasting room

Wine Tasting, Class, and Tour for Two or Four at Rideau Vineyard (Up to 74% Off)

Rideau Vineyard

Ballard

$134 $35

Each guest samples a flight of five two-ounce fine wines, learn about the details of winemaking, and tour a family vineyard

Segway Tour of Solvang City from Segway Tours of Solvang (Up to 54% Off)

Segway Tours of Solvang

Downtown Solvang

$170 $78

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Guided tours explore the culturally Danish city of Solvang, following the town's river; includes orientation and necessary equipment

Entry for Two, Four, or Six at the Wildling Museum (50% Off)

Wildling Museum

Downtown Solvang

$10 $5

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Museum has hosted more than 40 exhibitions such as Santa Ynez River Watershed and Patrick O’Hara’s Art of California Native Plants

Winetastings for One, Two, or Four at 12 Wineries from Passport Central Coast (Up to 51% Off)

Passport Central Coast

Multiple Locations

$39 $19

A passport lets you explore 12 different central-coast wineries and enjoy tastings at each

90-Minute Coastal Cruise with Drink for One, Two, or Four from Celebration Cruises Santa Barbara (Up to 48% Off)

Celebration Cruises Santa Barbara

Waterfront

$36 $20

Seasoned captain and crew take passengers along Santa Barbara coastline on scenic afternoon tours that depart at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History for Two or Four (50% Off)

Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Santa Barbara

$24 $12

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A 72-ft. blue-whale skeleton stares down at you, and Chumash Indian relics wait for their secrets to be uncovered or hike a nature trail.

Visit for Adults and Kids to Santa Barbara Maritime Museum (Up to Half Off). Three Options Available. 

Santa Barbara Maritime Museum

Waterfront

$30 $15

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Exhibits, historic sailing vessels, and films bring the California Coast and other areas of maritime history to life

Kern County Museum Visit for Two or Five (Up to 50% Off)

Kern County Museum

Bakersfield

$50 $25

See 150-year-old buildings in the Pioneer Village and explore the history of California oil in the Black Gold exhibit

Admission for Two or Four to the California Oil Museum (50% Off)

California Oil Museum

Santa Paula

$8 $4

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Interactive exhibits walk guests through history of petroleum in California, from geologic formation to old-fashioned oil siphoning

Visit for Two or Four to the Channel Islands Maritime Museum (Half Off)

Channel Islands Maritime Museum

Ventura County Maritime Museum

$10 $5

Discover the history of the Channel Islands Harbor through artifacts, ship models, and art related to local maritime industry and culture

40-Minute Boat Ride for Two, Four, or Six from The Pirate Boat Ride (50% Off)

Captain Don Cruises

Oxnard

$30 $15

Boat rides showcase Channel Islands Harbor and Mandalay Bay, particularly birds and sea lions and breathtaking Anacapa Island

Select Local Merchants

élevage wine tours & culinary adventures, serves visitors to the San Luis Obispo County and Santa Barbara County Wine Country. We invite you to join us for a day of wine tasting, food & fun here on California's beautiful Central Coast!

409 1st Street
Solvang,
CA
US

At Ostrich Land, visitors quickly learn that ostriches do not bury their heads in the sand—they'd much rather bury them in a bowl of food that you hold out in front of you. They're also not fond of waiting their turn, and at any given moment, you might have four beaks dipping into your supply. The experience is a far cry from throwing bread at ducks or pigeons. These birds are the world's largest: they can reach up to 9 feet in height and weigh 350 pounds. At top speed, they hit 45 miles per hour on their massive, two-toed feet.

Having been raised around people and trained to eat from outstretched bowls, the park's 50 ostriches and emus welcome spectators from their savannah-like enclosure. They're also celebrities in their own right, with bit roles in the film Sideways as well appearances in a Santa Maria Times video feature and a tongue-in-cheek homage in an episode of The Simpsons. Dispensing the animals' supper is only one way in which guests can get close—a stop inside the gift shop reveals shelves of ready-to-cook ostrich and emu eggs, ostrich feather dusters, and savory ostrich meat shipped in from a separate farm not affiliated with Ostrich Land. Also in stock are vials of emu oil, a substance with anti-inflammatory and moisturizing properties that can soothe the skin.

610 E Highway 246
Solvang,
CA
US

The impressionist painters who inspired winemaker Bion Rice raised shimmering mirages in which soft-edged daubs of paint seem to grant motion to ballerinas or swaying river rushes. At Artiste, Bion draws inspiration from their work, attempting to raise distant landscapes with grapes rather than rough brushstrokes. Cabernet sauvignon and merlot grapes call up the sun-steeped fields of the Napa Valley, and chardonnay grapes carry one away to the Russian River Valley on straw-hued sweetness. Bion calls the blends “impressionist cuvees,” and he produces small batches of them, their corks sealed beneath thick, hand-dipped cloaks of crimson wax.

The bottles are labeled with colorful impressionist paintings, and in a tasting room and studio, the harmonious relationship between wine and art is even further cemented. The whisper of brushes on canvas drifts from paint-dappled tables, where guests bring to life sweeping forest vistas or criminal lineups of pine trees. A rotating array of paintings lines the walls, including works from artists such as Aldo Luongo, an Argentinian artist whose contrasting colors and rippling brushstrokes seem to gaze up from a clear lake. Wine glasses chime together, punctuating the lilting rhythm of classical guitarists or the constant weeping of trombone players during live music events.

2948 Grand Avenue
Los Olivos,
CA
US

Adventures Out West's knowledgeable staff leads guided excursions throughout the Danish-style city of Solvang as visitors stroll along atop gyroscopic segways. Before riders take to the open road, an initial orientation teaches them the basics of gliding and how to earn the respect of their two-wheeled chariot with a few cracks of the whip. Once acquainted with their mechanical steeds, tourists follow their guides through the streets of Solvang, feasting their eyes on the town's unique architecture while listening to historical tidbits. Segways come to a halt at The Mission, so guests can learn about the early settlements founded by Catholic missionaries. The 90-minute jaunt reaches its sightseeing peaks at Santa Ynez River Sanctuary and Hans Christian Andersen Park, where guests can gawk at ancient oak trees and admire the sprightly pirouettes of age-old tumbleweeds.

453 Atterdag Road
Solvang,
CA
US

The Spanish architecture. The bustling wharf. The cerulean ocean. There are countless sights to see in the Santa Barbara area, which is why Nanco Helicopters tailors each of their aerial tours to the client's need. Passengers take in the passing landmarks and 747 drag races from inside a Robinson R-44, helmed by commercial pilot Taylor Nancarrow.

629-H Norman Firestone Road
Goleta,
CA
US

In 1917, the Ranger was a sport-fishing yacht—the first built on the West Coast—that hosted celebrities trying their luck at snagging tuna, swordfish, and other swimmers. Flash forward nearly a century, and the Ranger is now a lure, one of several vintage boats that entice visitors to the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum. Inside a former Naval Reserve building, the museum traces the history of the California Coast seas, from cannons to seaplanes and surfing to the environment. The Munger Theater brings the sea to life with films that could feature maritime history or a trip around the coast, and lectures and other events further enrich the experience.

113 Harbor Way
Santa Barbara,
CA
US