This is a classic scenic spot of Santa Barbara, free of charge. The car was parked on the side of the road, free of charge for two hours. The building used to be a court, but now it is not. It is mainly for people to see. Some venues hold exhibitions, and some hold meetings or wedding ceremonies. Be sure to go up to the top bell tower to see the panorama of Santa Barbara. It's very beautiful. It's the best place to take a panorama of the city.
Santa Barbara County Court is a famous landmark building in Santa Barbara. It's quite suitable for going with your partner. It's really worth taking time to see. The building is beautiful. The scenery from the 4th floor is very attractive. This month, we come here to visit our friends. The weather is very good, so the friends propose to visit here.
Santa Barbara is the most beautiful court in the world. It is no wonder that many couples choose to hold their wedding in this solemn and romantic place. Then we went to Salt Cave, another famous underground salt cave where diseases can be cured. People came into the salt cave and laid their eyes on their sleeping chairs. The salt cave came out as State Street, a street full of galleries, restaurants and dessert shops.
We went to Santa Barbara to see the court building. The famous city court building is the embodiment of the essence of the city's architectural style, the National Historic Architecture of the United States. It has a typical Spanish Renaissance style. Behind the arch porch is a sunken garden, and on the front lawn There is a stone inscription nameplate, the National History Mark of the United States. Riding on the top tower (four floors), you can view the courts and their distant landscapes - seashore, block, etc. from various perspectives.
The Spaniards built it 160 years ago. You can go and see it.
All free visits, places with history. You can go up to the top of the bell tower to see the whole city, and the court is still working. On that day, you can listen to several waves of court feathers. The courtyard also met with Mexican national celebrations, very beautiful.
Santa Barbara is a small seaside town. Spanish architecture style houses, purple trees and beach sunshine are my first impressions of the city. There are many shops, cafes and squares on the main road. There's a COCAH factory store here. Teammates can't come out after they go in. The appointed time for gathering and leaving is delayed and delayed until I get angry.
Moore's retro-style County Court building is very beautiful. The white walls are clean and tidy. There is a small square in the courtyard. We were late when we went to the courtyard. We couldn't enter the building. We could only take a few pictures outside. It is said that you can go up to the roof and have a panoramic view of the town.
On Monday, Tuesday, Friday, 10:30am and 2:00pm, there are free lecture groups. On Wednesday, Thursday and June, there are only 2:00pm lecture groups, but not on Sunday. The information desk at the entrance can ask for a brief introduction in Chinese and answer relevant questions about the whole town of Santa Barbara. It can also carry out tourism consultation. The local people are very warm and friendly. Although it is a court, there are no guards. Visitors are free to enter, and they can walk around the floors. There are also many rooms with lights on the doors showing that they are in court. Here you can climb to the top of the courthouse bell tower and overlook the whole town of Santa Barbara. The Spanish red-roofed and white-walled buildings are very shocking.