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The California Mission System
The backbone of historical sites in the state, the mission system is a treat for the traveler.

The Carmel Mission
Every Californian fourth grader makes a model of a mission, and the Carmel Mission is one of the favorite choices! Read on to see why.

The Channel Islands
Those islands off the coast of Ventura and Santa Barbara? Travel back in time to a primitive land of ocean creatures, wildflowers, and desert seascapes.

The Charles M. Schultz Museum
Do you like quirky, offbeat museums? Do you remember the cartoon Peanuts? This Santa Rosa museum honors Charles M. Schultz, and his magnificent lifework.

The Donner Party
One of the most famous pioneer tragedies, the Donner Party's sad story is a California legend.

The Elephant Seals of California
Elephant seals can be viewed at two locations in California. They are dramatic animals, and visiting them will enhance a vacation to the Bay Area or the Central Coast.

The Legend of the San Nicholas Island Woman
The story of Juana Maria, the Native American woman who inspired the children's classic Island of the Blue Dolphins, is a fascinating tale - and entirely true.

The Los Angeles.... River?
Think Los Angeles is a dry desert? You are correct... but it also boasts a river that runs from Simi Valley to Long Beach. Nature, recreation, and relaxation await the visitor.

The Norton Simon Museum
If you’ve watched the Rose Parade, you’ve seen the outside of the building. It’s time to enter and see the rest of this amazing place!

The Old Zoo
Zoos are happy places... except when they appear to be haunted...

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