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Area Attractions for Hotels Near Moorpark CA

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For as glamorous or gritty as you'd like to be, Thousand Oaks has something for everyone. Explore the breathtaking Santa Monica Mountains and Conejo Valley vineyards, challenge yourself to a round at one of the championship golf courses, or plan seaside fun with 22 miles of coastal possibilites. With limitless outdoor recreation, expansive shopping and family fun destinations, from palm to pines Thousand Oaks is yours to experience. 

Palm Garden Hotel

Palm Garden Hotel
495 North Ventu Park Road,
Thousands Oaks, California 91320
Contact: 805-716-4200 Fax: 805-716-4300
Email: sales@PalmGardenHotel.com

Must See, Must Do

San Buenaventura Mission

Just 25 miles from the Palm Garden Hotel, you will find the historic San Buenaventura Mission. This active Catholic parish was founded as a mission by Blessed Junipero Serra in 1782. There is a self-guided tour for the museum, and visitors are welcome.

For more information, visit http://www.sanbuenaventuramission.org/.

Conejo Valley Botanical Garden

The Conejo Valley Botanical Garden is 33 acres of natural terrain featuring 15 unique hillside gardens. The CVBG is part of the American Horticultural Society reciprocating garden program and Backyard Wildlife Program. The garden is open every day except Hollidays and is free to the public.

For more information, visit http://http://conejogarden.org//.

Thousand Oaks Civic Art Plaza Theatre

Civic Art Plaza Theatre

The largest performing arts center from Los Angeles to San Francisco lies right here near our Thousand Oaks, California hotel. The Thousand Oaks Civic Art Plaza Theatres presents over 30 artists and national touring attractions in the 1,800-seat Fred Kavli Theatre and 394-seat Janet & Ray Scherr Forum Theatre. Performances presented by the TOCAP have included Colbie Caillat, Natalie Cole, Kathy Griffin, New West Symphony, and Pacific Festival Ballet.

For more information, visit http://www.toaks.org/theatre/info/default.asp.

Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation is the nonprofit organization created by President Reagan himself and specifically charged by him with continuing his legacy and sharing his principles - individual liberty, economic opportunity, global democracy and national pride. The Foundation is a non-partisan organization which sustains the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, the Reagan Center for Public Affairs, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center and its internationally recognized, award-winning Discovery Center, and the Air Force One Pavilion.

For more information, visit http://www.reaganfoundation.org/library-and-museum-overview.aspx.

Malibu Wines

Experience wine as a Malibu Local. Malibu Wines tasting room is the cozy and chic destination favored by surf and sand loving oenophiles. Nestled high above the fabled coastline that has enchanted the famous and the fabulous throughout its storied history, Malibu Wines invites you to choose from a selection of wines harvested and produced from this legendary terroir. Ocean air, luscious sky, impeccable grapes, classic soil – each sip is a memory produced with love and affection from the locals. Viva Malibu!

For more information, visit http://malibuwines.com/.

Getty Villa Museum and Getty Center

A short drive to Malibu will bring you to the Getty Villa Museum. This museum is a center for visual arts and features both the highly acclaimed villa housing over 44,000 works of art, as well as, an educational center.

For more information, visit http://www.getty.edu/museum/.

The Getty Center in Los Angeles, California houses the Getty Conservation Institute, (GCI). The GCI is focused on creating and delivering knowledge to professionals and organizations in order to further the conservation of visual arts. Also featuring, incredible art from around the world. 

For more information, visit http://www.getty.edu/conservation/institute/

The Oaks Mall

The 1,300,000-square-foot mall was originally built in 1978 and was renovated in 1993. Starting in February 2007, the center has undergone an extensive upgrade including interior finishes, restrooms, entrance canopies and skylights to reflect a modern Spanish and Santa Barbara-influenced design. The expansion includes a Muvico14-screen stadium seat theater and Bogarts, a full-service restaurant. Additional features include a 10-unit Spanish Dining Hall and amenities like family restrooms with granite, stacked flagstone and limestone tile.

Centered on the theatre are four sit-down restaurants: Lazy Dog Cafe and Red Robin, which are both connected to a retail expansion in an outdoor environment, while Olive Garden and Red Lobster are located across the parking lot. The Cheesecake Factory is located inside the Shopping Center with patio dining available.

For more information, visit http://www.shoptheoaksmall.com/