Posted on November 24, 2020 by Conejo Valley
Looking for a vibrant destination to get away to where it’s easy to keep a social distance?
Conejo Valley offers all of the fun yet none of the crowds with new activities popping up around every corner. Take a look at what’s new and upcoming to help you plan the perfect getaway, when you’re ready.
Rancho Portero Community Equestrian Center, adjacent to the Santa Monica Mountains and the Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center, re-introduced horseback trail riding lessons. Guided hourly trail rides are available for members of the same household, ages 7 and up.
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum is anticipating to welcome a new breathtaking exhibit – ‘FBI: From Al Capone to Al Qaeda’ on Feb. 6, 2021. The 10,500 square foot exhibit will showcase the FBI – from its origins to top cases, processes of becoming an FBI agent and how the FBI is portrayed in Hollywood movies and television shows. The exhibition will also include a memorial to FBI agents who lost their lives in the line of duty. Artifacts on display will include Bonnie and Clyde’s bullet-ridden car, Donnie Brasco’s undercover documents, trial evidence from famous cases, as well as the raft and paddle used in the Alcatraz escape, among other items. You’ll have a chance to catch the exhibit on display until August 2021.
California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks is also welcoming new exhibitions starting January 2021. ‘Defining Beauty’ will be the museum’s third international juried art exhibition that will feature established and emerging contemporary artists. The pieces will include conflicting objects to create a sense of intentional vagueness. ‘Car Culture’ will be the debut museum exhibition of visual artist Jonathan Michael Castillo, whose photographic series of drivers in Los Angeles move between the familiar and the surreal. Both exhibits will be on display through Spring 2021.
Give yourself something exciting to look forward to – book your Conejo Valley trip today. With these new additions and other attractions, you’ll be sure to see another side of Southern California!