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A Little Something Special and More

A locally owned and operated co-op gift shop in Old Town Lompoc, A Little Something Special and More offers artisan gifts and hand-made local products.You’ll find treasures for your home, garden, pantry, wardrobe and  more. Floral services also available on site!

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Artesia School Museum

Open once a month for tours, this fully restored and furnished one-room schoolhouse (built in 1876) is a Lompoc treasure. Open the fourth Saturday of the month, 2 to 4 pm.

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Certain Sparks Music

Certain Sparks Music is a locally owned and operated music store, music school and recording studio located in an historic building Old Town Lompoc. You’ll  find musical instruments, music books, records, and sound equipment for sale on the main floor. Up in the loft is a common area with chairs, magazines, and some sample instruments, providing a place for patrons to relax, socialize, and jam. Owned and operated by Randall Sena.

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Chumash Casino

Itching for a little night life? The Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez provides a place to enjoy some gaming action and live entertainment. All the popular slot and video machines are on hand, along with Blackjack, Poker, Bingo and more. Open 24-hours, seven days a week, it’s just 24 miles from Lompoc, California.

 

 

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Cypress Gallery

Art lovers will find a variety of fine art at Cypress Gallery, showcasing works of more than 60 well-known local artists – watercolors, oils, acrylics, pastels, mixed media, photography, ceramics, jewelry, souvenirs, and more. Open Tuesday thru Sunday 12 to 4 pm.

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Dare 2 Dream Farms

Dare 2 Dream Farms hosts a variety of events throughout the year including farm-to-table events, farm tours, educational workshops, and work-exchange days. You can also schedule a private event for a special occasion.

Farm-to-Table Events feature local, fresh, and handcrafted meals specially prepared in season. Meals often include personalized farm tours as well.

Educational workshops cover raising chickens, organic gardening, canning, and more. For a hands on experience, book a work-exchange day …. spend a few hours of ‘learn-by-doing’ farming in exchange for an education and a great meal.

Farm tours offer a chance to see goats, chickens and gardens and talk to the farmers/owners about their farming operations.

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Fabing-McKay-Spanne House

Built in 1875, the Fabing-McKay-Spanne House is named for the three families who had lived in it. Operated by the Lompoc Valley Historical Society, this historic Victorian “farmhouse” has been fully renovated and furnished.

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Flower Fields

From April through September and sometimes longer – you’ll see spectacular patches of colors as you drive near the farm fields of Lompoc Valley – Stock, Larkspur, Delphinium, Sweet Pea and Bells of Ireland along with other cut flower varieties are grown in abundance by local growers such as Ocean View Flowers.

When to See Them: The Flower fields generally bloom from April through September.

What Blooms: Stark, Larkspur, Delphinium, Queen Annes Lace, Bupleurum, Sweet Pea and Bells of Ireland are some of the varieties grown by local flower growers.

Where to See Them: The fields are scattered throughout the valley – many are located west of Old Town Lompoc from Floradale Ave. heading west to Union Sugar Ave, and then between the north street of Central Ave and the south street of Ocean Ave.

Visitor Guideline: The flower fields are privately owned – visitors and photographers are NOT allowed to walk into the fields. Please keep vehicles on paved roads when touring and taking photos, and do not walk (or allow your pets or children to run) in the flower fields.

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Flower Valley Country Store

The Flower Valley Country Store in Old Town Lompoc is a farm-to-table boutique specializing in seasonal organic produce, cut flowers, fresh baked bread, and locally made gifts.

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