Stearns Wharf is Open!

Deep Sea Moby Dick Restaurant

Who:       Stearns Wharf businesses
What:     Stearns Wharf is Open!
When:     Now
Where:   Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara, CA

 

The Shops, Restaurants, Cruises, and Winery are all up and running. And now the Sea Center is open Wednesday through Sunday.

If you are looking to get out and get some fresh air, check out Stearns Wharf. For public safety the businesses are certifying to the County/State Health requirements. There is plenty of room for safe distancing, all of the restaurants have outdoor seating, and as always – fishing is free. We believe everybody should stay healthy, so masks are required for entry into the shops and restaurants.

Stearns wharf has the best views of the Channel Islands and Santa Barbara. Come visit your favorite shops and restaurants.


The Conway Family’s Deep Sea Tasting Room was opened on June 12th for wine service by-the-glass and bottle. Guests can enjoy a large selection of hand-crafted local wines while seated on the outdoor deck overlooking the ocean, or at one of the ocean-view tables inside. The Tasting Room will be open daily, from 12:00pm-7:00pm. No reservations are required. Visit conwayfamilywines.com for more information on Deep Sea and Conway Wines, or call 805.618.1185.

Moby Dicks is now open from 11am to 4pm daily and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner; with the harbor entrance as our spectacular backdrop. Fresh fish, a children’s menu, reasonable prices, a full bar, and friendly service, make the Moby Dick Restaurant a Santa Barbara tradition for young and old.  Visit https://stearnswharf.org/moby-dick/, or call 805.965.0549.

Stearns wharf has the best views of the Channel Islands and Santa Barbara.  Parking on the wharf and the adjacent lots are not monitored at this time so take advantage of the free parking.  Visit your favorite shop or restaurants and watch for watch for the Sea Centers reopening in July.

 

Celebration Cruises and Lil’ Toot
Open
Char West
Open
Conway Deep Sea Tasting Room
Mondays 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Tuesdays 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wednesdays 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Thursdays 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Fridays 11:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturdays 11:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sundays 11:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Deep Blue Sea
Open
Great Pacific Ice Cream Co
Open
Harbor Restaurant and Longboards
Open
Madame Rosinka
By Appointment
Moby Dick Restaurant
Open – Friday to Tuesday: 11am to 4pm
Wednesday and Thursday: Closed
Mother Stearns Candy Company
Open
Nature's Own Gallery
Open
Old Wharf Trading Co. & Topside Clothing
Open
Santa Barbara Shellfish
Open
Stearns Wharf Bait & Tackle
Open
Sea Center
Open Wednesdays through Sundays 10:00 am–5:00 pm

Stearns Wharf is located in the harbor in Santa Barbara, California. When completed in 1872, it became the longest deep-water Wharf between San Pedro and San Francisco. Named for its builder, local lumberman John P. Stearns, the wharf served the passenger and freight shipping needs of California’s South Coast for over a century.   Stearns Wharf, Your local destination – and where State Street Meets the Sea.  Ninety minutes free parking, and always dog-on-a-leash friendly. 

For more information, please visit www.stearnswharf.org

Photos of Deep Sea Tasting Room credit Jesse Natale

 

Stearns Wharf 148th Anniversary

Come join as we celebrate Stearns Wharf 148th Anniversary

Join us on Stearns Wharf to celebrate the 148th Anniversary during the Month of October. Come out and support the merchants in celebration of the Wharf’s Anniversary.

Stearns Wharf is the oldest working wood wharf in California, it was built in 1872 by John Peck Stearns to facilitate the transfer of cargo and people from ships to shore.

Up until the 1870s, Santa Barbara was virtually cut off from the outside world by its natural barriers of the ocean and the mountains. In 1867, John Peck Stearns moved to Santa Barbara and opened a lumberyard at the foot of State Street. Mr. Stearns noted that the town needed a long wharf so that Ocean ships could tie up at low tide. In 1872, with the financial backing of Colonel William Welles Hollister, Stearns completed the Wharf and Santa Barbara’s isolation from the outside world was over.

Over the years Stearns Wharf has survived severe storms, tornados, and fires making it the oldest working wooden wharf in California.

Experience Santa Barbara and share in the magic of Stearns Wharf; come celebrate the 148th Anniversary of Stearns Wharf during the month of October and say hello to your favorite merchants.


Wharf spur under construction Circa 1878Wharf spur under construction Circa 1878

Modern Day Stearns Wharf

 

                                                                                         

                                                                                         Modern Day Stearns Wharf


The Stearns Wharf Merchants Association represents the merchants and business owners on Stearns Wharf. Stearns Wharf is located at the end of State Street between East Beach and the Santa Barbara Harbor. For more information, visit www.stearnswharf.org.

The businesses on Stearns Wharf are reopening – Phase three

Deep Sea Moby Dick Restaurant

Who:       Stearns Wharf businesses
What:     The businesses on Stearns Wharf are Reopening
When:     Now
Where:   Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara, CA
Why:       Covid-19 Phase 3 implementation

 

Stearns Wharf has been open during the Pandemic with only a few of the restaurants available for takeout.  Now moving into Phase 3, The Conway Family’s Deep Sea Tasting Room and Moby Dicks are open; and then there was one.  Watch for the Sea Centers reopening in July.

The Conway Family’s Deep Sea Tasting Room was opened on June 12th for wine service by-the-glass and bottle. Guests can enjoy a large selection of hand-crafted local wines while seated on the outdoor deck overlooking the ocean, or at one of the ocean-view tables inside. The Tasting Room will be open daily, from 12:00pm-7:00pm. No reservations are required. Visit conwayfamilywines.com for more information on Deep Sea and Conway Wines, or call 805.618.1185.

Moby Dicks is now open from 11am to 4pm daily and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner; with the harbor entrance as our spectacular backdrop. Fresh fish, a children’s menu, reasonable prices, a full bar, and friendly service, make the Moby Dick Restaurant a Santa Barbara tradition for young and old.  Visit https://stearnswharf.org/moby-dick/, or call 805.965.0549.

If you looking to get out and get some fresh air, check out Stearns Wharf.  For public safety the businesses are certifying to the County/State Health requirements.  There’s a lot of room for safe distancing, all the restaurants have outdoor seating, and as always – fishing is free.  We believe everybody should stay healthy, so masks are required for entry into the shops and restaurants.

Stearns wharf has the best views of the Channel Islands and Santa Barbara.  Parking on the wharf and the adjacent lots are not monitored at this time so take advantage of the free parking.  Visit your favorite shop or restaurants and watch for watch for the Sea Centers reopening in July.

Celebration Cruises and Lil’ Toot Open
Char West Open
Conway Deep Sea Tasting Room Open
Deep Blue Sea Open
Great Pacific Ice Cream Co Open
Harbor Restaurant and Longboards Open
Madame Rosinka By Appointment
Moby Dick Restaurant Open
Mother Stearns Candy Company Open
Nature’s Own Gallery Open
Old Wharf Trading Co. & Topside Clothing Open
Santa Barbara Shellfish Open
Stearns Wharf Bait & Tackle Open
Sea Center Will reopen in July

Stearns Wharf is located in the harbor in Santa Barbara, California. When completed in 1872, it became the longest deep-water Wharf between San Pedro and San Francisco. Named for its builder, local lumberman John P. Stearns, the wharf served the passenger and freight shipping needs of California’s South Coast for over a century.   Stearns Wharf, Your local destination – and where State Street Meets the Sea.  Ninety minutes free parking, and always dog-on-a-leash friendly. 

For more information, please visit www.stearnswharf.org

Photos of Deep Sea Tasting Room credit Jesse Natale

 

Businesses on Stearns Wharf are reopening

Who:       Stearns Wharf businesses
What:     The businesses on Stearns Wharf are Reopening
When:     Now
Where:   Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara, CA
Why:       Covid-19 Phase 2 implementation

Lil Toot with a mask
Stearns Wharf has been open during the Pandemic with only a few of the restaurants available for takeout.  Phase 2 implementation has allowed almost all of the businesses to reopen. The Sea Center and Conway Winery will start to reopen when safe to do so, likely in Phase 3.

If you looking to get out and get some fresh air, check out Stearns Wharf.  For public safety the businesses are certifying to the County/State Health requirements.  There’s a lot of room for safe distancing, all the restaurants have outdoor seating, and as always – fishing is free.  We believe everybody should stay healthy, so masks are required for entry into the shops and restaurants; Lil’ Toot is wearing a mask too!.

Stearns wharf has the best views of the Channel Islands and Santa Barbara.  Parking on the wharf and the adjacent lots are not monitored at this time, so take advantage of the free parking.  Visit your favorite shop or restaurants and watch for future openings!

 

Celebration Cruises and Lil’ Toot Open
Char West Open
Conway Deep Sea Tasting Room Will open in Phase 3
Deep Blue Sea Open
Great Pacific Ice Cream Co Open
Harbor Restaurant and Longboards Open
Madame Rosinka By Appointment
Moby Dick Restaurant Will open June 15
Mother Stearns Candy Company Open
Nature’s Own Gallery Open
Old Wharf Trading Co. & Topside Clothing Open
Santa Barbara Shellfish Open
Stearns Wharf Bait & Tackle Open
Sea Center Will open in Phase 3

 

Stearns Wharf is located in the harbor in Santa Barbara, California. When completed in 1872, it became the longest deep-water Wharf between San Pedro and San Francisco. Named for its builder, local lumberman John P. Stearns, the wharf served the passenger and freight shipping needs of California’s South Coast for over a century.   Stearns Wharf, Your local destination – and where State Street Meets the Sea.  Ninety minutes free parking, and always dog-on-a-leash friendly. 

For more information, please visit www.stearnswharf.org

Press Archive

Stearns Wharf Kicks Off the Holidays with Tree Lighting Ceremony

Stearns Wharf Kicks Off the Holidays with Tree Lighting Ceremony

Join us on Stearns Wharf, December 9 th  to kick off the holiday season! Before the start of the Parade of Lights boat parade, Santa Barbara Mayor Cathy Murillo will switch on the lights of a beautiful 25-foot Green White Fir on Stearns Wharf ...
Tales & Scales

Tales & Scales

When: Saturday, October 27, 2018, 10:00 AM—3:00 PM Where: Sea Center, Stearns Wharf Creep and slither around the Sea Center in your Halloween costume while enjoying thrilling and chilling activities! Gasp for breath as you watch Sea...
Fourth of July 2018

Fourth of July 2018

Press release & CALENDAR LISTING Fourth of July on Stearns Wharf Who:       Stearns Wharf Merchants Association What:      Fourth of July celebration and fireworks show from Stearns Wharf When:     Wednesday, July 4, 2018 Live music begins...
Fourth of July 2017

Fourth of July 2017

Who: Stearns Wharf Merchants Association What: Fourth of July celebration and fireworks show from Stearns Wharf When: Tuesday, July 4, 2017 Live music begins at 11:00 AM Fireworks show begins at 9 p.m. Where: Stearns Wharf and West Beach,...
MCASB Opens Groundbreaking Exhibition on Stearns Wharf

MCASB Opens Groundbreaking Exhibition on Stearns Wharf

MCASB Opens Groundbreaking Exhibition on Stearns Wharf with Community Celebration and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony   Sunday, March 26, 2017 Sea Center at Stearns Wharf
Rock The Wharf

Rock The Wharf

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Rock the Wharf Rock the Wharf Series 2016—2017 View the following Press Releases spanning over a four months of four "Rock The Wharf" events held on Stearns Wharf. Rock The Wharf,...
Tree Lighting Ceremony

Tree Lighting Ceremony

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Stearns Wharf Kicks Off the Holidays with Tree Lighting Ceremony Sunday, December 11, 2016   The Honorable Mayor Helene Schneider will turn on the lights of a beautiful 25-foot Green White...
Old Wharf Trading Company

Old Wharf Trading Company

Stearns Wharf Press Releases Old Wharf Trading Company Noozhawk Article Old Wharf Trading Company , a clothing and souvenir shop on Stearns Wharf, recently hired a new manager. Rina Mitchell brings a wealth of managerial experience to...

Miguel Flores – general manager at Moby Dick

Stearns Wharf Press Releases Miguel Flores – general manager at Moby Dick, a family–friendly restaurant on Stearns Wharf – celebrates 10 years at the oceanfront restaurant this year. NoozHawk Article     Casa Magazine Flores grew up i...
Nature’s Own Gallery features new rare specimens

Nature’s Own Gallery features new rare specimens

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Nature’s Own Gallery features new rare specimens and jewelry lines on Stearns Wharf Family–owned and –operated on Stearns Wharf since 1981, Nature’s Own Gallery is featuring a 500 million-year-old Trilobi...
Harbor Restaurant on Stearns Wharf Receives National Wine List Award of Excellence

Harbor Restaurant on Stearns Wharf Receives National Wine List Award of Excellence

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Harbor Restaurant on Stearns Wharf Receives National Wine List Award of Excellence The Harbor Restaurant received the magazine’s 2013 Wine List Award of Excellence for its wine list. This marks the 12th y...
Conway Family Wines premieres three new spring wines

Conway Family Wines premieres three new spring wines

Stearns Wharf Press Releases Conway Family Wines premieres three new spring wines Conway Family Wines, a local family-owned and operated winery, will premiere three new white wines this spring. In July 2011, the Conway Family opened the Deep...
Madame Rosinka celebrates 50 years

Madame Rosinka celebrates 50 years

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Madame Rosinka celebrates 50 years as longest Stearns Wharf merchant The iconic Madame Rosinka has been offering spiritual advice on Stearns Wharf for 50 years. Sonia Rosinka’s parents, both of Yugoslavian d...
Stearns Wharf Merchants Association announces officers

Stearns Wharf Merchants Association announces officers

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Stearns Wharf Merchants Association announces officers The Stearns Wharf Merchants Association, a group dedicated to ensuring Santa Barbara’s iconic Stearns Wharf remains economically viable, has announced i...
Stearns Wharf Lil’ Toot water taxi announces private charter service

Stearns Wharf Lil’ Toot water taxi announces private charter service

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Stearns Wharf Lil’ Toot water taxi announces private charter service Santa Barbara’s iconic Lil’ Toot water taxi, operated by Santa Barbara Water Taxi located on Stearns Wharf, can now be rented out for p...
Stearns Wharf offers hand-made Fudge

Stearns Wharf offers hand-made Fudge

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Stearns Wharf offers hand-made Fudge At least twice a week, Judi Bruskin makes home-made fudge in Mother Stearns Candy Company’s small kitchen on Stearns Wharf. The labor of love is worth every minute. “People com...
Stearns Wharf Bait & Tackle offers new lure

Stearns Wharf Bait & Tackle offers new lure

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   Stearns Wharf Bait & Tackle offers new lure: same results, half the price The owner of Stearns Wharf Bait & Tackle—the furthest store off shore at the end of the wharf, first visited the store w...
Shellfish Co. offers limited-time Ridgeback Shrimp

Shellfish Co. offers limited-time Ridgeback Shrimp

Stearns Wharf Press Releases   SB Shellfish Co. offers limited-time Ridgeback Shrimp The local Ridgeback Shrimp season is open now through the end of May and that means these large shrimp are served at the Santa Barbara Shellfish Company,...

Sea Center “Lights It Blue”

LightItBlue

Photo credit: Matt Straka.

On Thursday, May 14, several Santa Barbara buildings will become beacons of blue light in visual support of COVID-19 frontline workers. “#LightItBlue,” as the movement is called, began in the U.K. on March 26 with the illumination of landmarks and historical buildings in recognition of the health-care providers who were thrust onto the frontlines of the pandemic battlefield. Other countries quickly followed suit, lighting up hundreds of buildings, bridges, entertainment halls, and landmarks, not only in honor of the frontline medical staff but also the grocery stores employees and other essential workers and businesses.
Read the Article “Santa Barbara Buildings Gets a Blue Hue” on The Independent for more details.

Julia Child’s Guide to Santa Barbara County – Santa Barbara Culinary Experience

Stearns Wharf is featured as one of Julia Child’s favorite destinations
in Santa Barbara County on
SBCE Events – Julia Child’s Guide to Santa Barbara County.


Photo Credit: Photo Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University

The SBCE will be a three day experience taking place March 13-15, 2020
that will draw people from all over to enjoy the many delicious things Santa Barbara has to offer.

Follow Julia’s Footsteps. Download an Interactive map for a self-guided tour of some of Julia’s favorite places to eat, drink, walk and shop all over Santa Barbara County from Santa Ynez Valley to Carpinteria, where she summered.

 

The Santa Barbara Culinary Experience (SBCE) is a world-class three-day event celebrated throughout greater Santa Barbara from March 13-15, 2020. Immersed in the American Riviera and showcasing a taste of Santa Barbara by bringing together local and national talent in the spirit of Julia Child, the public will enjoy Santa Barbara – Julia’s final home – with its dynamic food and wine scene. In partnership with The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts, participating restaurants, bars and hotels across the city and harbor in this experience offer their inspired spin on classic Julia Child dishes, signature Julia and Paul Child cocktails, educational programming, memorable stays, tours, talks and other creative programming, all to benefit The Julia Child Foundation. The Foundation’s mission is to honor and further Julia’s legacy, which centers on the importance of understanding where food comes from, what makes for good food, and the value of cooking. Headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, the Foundation is a non-profit organization which makes grants to support research in culinary history, scholarships for professional culinary training, food writing and media as well as professional development and food literacy programs. Over the last decade, the Foundation has made more than $2 million in grants to other non-profits. In 2015, the Foundation created the Julia Child Award, presented at an annual Food History Gala hosted by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. This annual Award honors an individual who has made a profound and significant difference in the way America cooks, eats and drinks and is accompanied by a $50,000 grant from the Foundation to a food-related non-profit selected by the recipient. For more information, visit: www.juliachildfoundation.org

Stearns Wharf 147th Anniversary

Come join as we celebrate Stearns Wharf 147th Anniversary

Stearns Wharf circa 1878

Join us on Stearns Wharf to celebrate the 147th Anniversary during the Month of October.  Visit the merchants and see what specials they have in celebration of the Wharf’s Anniversary.

Stearns Wharf is the oldest working wood wharf in California, it was built in 1872 by John Peck Stearns to facilitate the transfer of cargo and people from ships to shore.

Up until the 1870s, Santa Barbara was virtually cut off from the outside world by its natural barriers of the ocean and the mountains. In 1867, John Peck Stearns moved to Santa Barbara and opened a lumberyard at the foot of State Street. Mr. Stearns noted that the town needed a long wharf so that Ocean ships could tie up at low tide. In 1872, with the financial backing of Colonel William Welles Hollister, Stearns completed the Wharf and Santa Barbara’s isolation from the outside world was over.

Over the years Stearns Wharf has survived severe storms, tornados, and fires making it the oldest working wooden wharf in California.

Experience Santa Barbara and Share in the magic of Stearns Wharf; come celebrate the 147th Anniversary of Stearns Wharf during the month of October and ask your favorite merchants for their Anniversary Specials.

Modern Day Stearns Wharf

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The Stearns Wharf Merchants Association represents the merchants and business owners on Stearns Wharf. Stearns Wharf is located at the end of State Street between East Beach and the Santa Barbara Harbor. For more information, visit www.stearnswharf.org.

Fourth of July on Stearns Wharf

Fourth of July

PRESS RELEASE & CALENDAR LISTING

Fourth of July on Stearns Wharf

Who:    Stearns Wharf Merchants Association

What:     Fourth  of July celebration and fireworks show from Stearns Wharf

When:    Thursday, July 4, 2019

          Live music begins at 12:00 PM |Firework show begins at 9 PM

Where:    Stearns Wharf and West Beach, Santa Barbara

Why:     Stearns Wharf celebrates Independence Day with the best view of the annual fireworks show.,

The wharf offers many attractions while you are waiting for the fireworks show to begin including:

  • Live music provided by Unknown Daze (From 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM)
  • Live music by Tequila Mockingbird (From 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM)
  • Face painting
  • Festive treats including ice cream, sherbet, candy, popcorn, fudge, and cotton candy
  • Jewelry, art, crafts, gifts, and toys
  • Shells, minerals, and fossils
  • Wine tasting
  • Sportswear clothing
  • Fishing gear rental and bait and tackle
  • Palm reading
  • Fresh fish, shellfish, steaks, prime rib, fish and chips, burgers, cocktails,
    exotic tropical drinks, and more
  • Child-friendly water taxi and harbor tours
  • Interactive Sea Center museum

Watch the fireworks after dark from one of the best locations in the city with the display shooting off right next to Stearns Wharf.

Cost:        Free!

 

Stearns Wharf is located in the harbor in Santa Barbara, California. When completed in 1872, it became the longest deep-water Wharf between San Pedro and San Francisco. Named for its builder, local lumberman John P. Stearns, the wharf served the passenger and freight shipping needs of Californias South Coast for over a century.   Stearns Wharf, Your local destination – and where State Street Meets the Sea.  Ninety minutes free parking, and always dog-on-a-leash friendly. 

For more information, please visit www.stearnswharf.org

Tequila MockingbirdTequila Mockingbird is a Santa Barbara-based rock band that has been performing around the area for many years.  They specialize in dishing up their own signature interpretation of the best classic and modern rock, blues, funk and groove to the delight of all who enjoy high-energy live music.

The vocal styling of lead singer Bob McDermott is a constant, as well as the thumping groove of bass player Jim Giles. With drummer Steve (Stevie Thunder) Timm, and the extraordinary guitar work of Pete Wolf, they have settled into a rock solid group that locals can count on for a good time to be had by all.

Unknown DazeUnknown Daze is another local original rock band with a wide-ranging style powered by a driving beat, thickly textured guitar work and multi-part vocal harmonies.

Brothers Greg Wolf and Pete Wolf handle the guitars with Jim Giles on bass, Steve Timm on drums, and all four of the boys sing. Influences range from classic to modern rock and back again with flavors of progressive, blues, heartfelt ballads and high-energy rockers both familiar and original woven throughout their live performances.

Face-painting-and-henna

Santa Barbara Face Painting and Henna

Complementary Face Painting by Santa Barbara Face Painting, Courtesy of the Stearns Wharf Business Association! Also available are Henna Tattoo’s.

For more information, please visit: http://santabarbarafacepainting.com


Contact: Neil Bruskin, Stearns Wharf Merchants Association President
Phone: 805.698.5600
Email: mscandy@cox.net


Nature’s Own Gallery features new rare Fossil Specimens and Jewelry lines on Stearns Wharf

Family-owned and – operated on Stearns Wharf since 1981, Nature’s Own Gallery is featuring a Crinoid fossil plate this month.  After almost 38 years on Stearns Wharf, Nature’s Own features shells, fossils, minerals, jewelry and gifts from around the world.

Nature’s Own is in a unique location on the Wharf.  The store is tucked into the inner sanctum of shops, so people don’t always realize it’s there and do not go in.  When they do come in they almost always say “this is such a beautiful store, how long have you been here?” The owner, Judi Bruskin replies “My family has owned and operated the shop since the wharf reopened in 1981.”

Judi ventures out every year to find the best the world has to offer, she has just returned from a buying trip and now the store has been restocked will hundreds of new items. This year’s finds include a 420 Million year old Crinoid fossil plate, and a 350 Million year old Ammonite that has been transformed into a Large Squid sculpture.

The Crinoid fossil plate is from the Upper Silurian period. Crinoids are filter feeding sea animals (not plants) which attached themselves to the bottom of the ocean with a stalk.  They are echinoderms and related to starfish, sea urchins, and brittle stars. Crinoids where animals which were rooted to the floor of the ocean by a stem and had many armored feeding arms which they used to filter the water for food. They first appeared in the Ordovician period and are still alive today.

“Beautiful fossils are becoming harder and harder to find, so when I see one that stands out from the rest, I always bring it back for everybody to see”.  This highly detailed Scyphocrinites crinoid dates back to the Upper Silurian period and was discovered near Erfoud Morocco according to Judi.

The shop also features shells, coral, amethyst geodes, fossil Megalodon (shark) teeth, and unique jewelry pieces.  “Nature’s Own Gallery is the place to go to find that special gift for yourself or for the person that has everything”, said Mrs. Bruskin. Mrs. Bruskin says “Where else can you see or buy fossils millions of years old, beautiful minerals, or dinosaur dung? I hope everybody comes in to see our fossils, amethyst geodes, and beautiful mineral jewelry”.

Fossil Plate

Ammonite Squid

Nature’s Own Gallery located on Stearns Wharf, located at the end of State Street between East Beach and the Santa Barbara Harbor. For more information, visit https://stearnswharf.org/natures-own/