Old Town Lompoc
Stroll through Old Town Lompoc, CA on a one-mile, self-guided tour, featuring 18 stops along the way, including the Andrew L. Huyck House (1890), Artesia School House (1876), Lompoc Museum (1911), and the Italian Stone Pines (planted 1940).Download Heritage Walk Tour Guide View Listing
Lompoc has retained several of its neon signs, adding a retro, vintage feel to Old Town. Read some colorful tidbits about Lompoc’s most popular neon signs, courtesy of Lompoc Vision:
Rice Bowl – 117 West Ocean Avenue
The Rice Bowl is probably the most easily recognizable neon sign in town with three pulsing, fluorescent bowls of chow mein. Known for its unique combination of Chinese food, steaks, and burgers the Rice Bowl has been serving the community for over fifty years. In the 50’s it was a favorite afternoon hangout where local high schoolers could enjoy a nice cold Coca-Cola.