When on vacation, do as the vacationers do!
You don’t want to stay locked inside your room all day when there’s so much to explore. From vineyards, to wine-making cellars, and trekking trails in the vicinity, the landscape is laden with adventurous avenues.
But it’s quite possible to get overwhelmed by the wealth of fun options available to you. This is why it’s best that you make a to-do list before getting on the plane or driving all the way to Santa Ynez Valley. Here are some things that need to go on the list.
Museums and Landmarks
The town of Santa Ynez has a personality of its own. It boasts of rich cultural history and a legacy in making the best vintage wines. But that doesn’t mean wining and dining is all vacationers can do here. You’ll find several art galleries that display some of the masterworks of local artisans and artists.
The Santa Ynez Valley Historical Museum and Parks will stage artistic representations of the Valley’s local history. Wildling Museum should be on your list if you’re keen on viewing an exhibition of sculptures, paintings and photography inspired by the natural landscape.
You’ll find flavors of different cultures blending into a singular heritage, everywhere you go. There are traces of Spanish influences as well as elements of Native American culture in the local art. Visit some of these common museums and galleries to get a taste of all that Santa Ynez beholds.
This should be the highlight of your vacation if you plan to visit Santa Ynez Valley this spring. Solvang wine tours have to offer a range of rich blends of wine from rare red labels to new bridles. You can only discover most of these hidden gems that will tantalize your taste buds if you put your name on our wine excursions.
A local tour guide, native to the area, will entertain you throughout. Whether you’re a connoisseur or a novice, this wine tour will be a delight for all. Here’s to welcoming a few pleasurable indulgences this year!