Stearns Wharf

Stearns Wharf is a at the cross section of the end of State Street and Cabrillo, in the harbor in , . When completed In 1872, it became the longest deep-water pier between and .

Landmarks in the Area

Public aquarium
The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Sea Center, briefly known as the Ty Warner Sea Center, is a museum owned and operated by the and is located on Santa Barbara's . is situated 380 feet northeast of Stearns Wharf. Photo: Jllm06, CC BY-SA 3.0.

West beach is in . It is home to Santa Barbara's New Years and 4th of July Fireworks shows. is situated 550 feet north of Stearns Wharf.

Santa Barbara Surfing Museum is a museum to the sport of surfing at 16 1/2 Herlena Avenue in . is situated 1300 feet northwest of Stearns Wharf.

The Allan Herschell 3-Abreast Carousel is a carousel built in 1916 by the Allan Herschell Company. is situated 1800 feet north of Stearns Wharf. Photo: Nick, CC BY 2.0.

Localities in the Area

Montecito is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Santa Barbara County, California, located east of the . is situated 3½ miles northeast of Stearns Wharf. Photo: Grandhiking, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Hope Ranch is an unincorporated suburb of , located in Santa Barbara County. is situated 5 miles west of Stearns Wharf.

Summerland is a census designated place in Santa Barbara County, , . is situated 5 miles east of Stearns Wharf. Photo: Antandrus, Public domain.

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