Carol Mendel's
Downtown Santa Barbara map

pictorial, illustrated map of downtown Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara lies on the Pacific Ocean, about a hundred miles northwest of Los Angeles. Its downtown area boasts a strong Spanish and Mediterranean flavor, created by architectural style, red tile roofs, wrought-iron grillwork, and decorative tiles.

This map of downtown Santa Barbara shows the location of many of the city's important attractions. Bear in mind that this map reflects the year 2001. A few things may have changed in the years since. Here's the list:
  • Arlington Theatre
  • El Presidio de Santa Barbara State Park
  • Casa de la Guerra
  • City Hall
  • El Paseo
  • Hill-Carrillo Adobe
  • Karpeles Manuscript Museum
  • Lobero Theatre
  • Santa Barbara County Courthouse
  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art
  • Santa Barbara Historical Museum
  • Santa Barbara Public Library
  • Plaza de la Guerra
  • Paseo Nuovo


The laminated map that includes this map:

This map of downtown Santa Barbara is part of Carol Mendel's Santa Barbara Visitor's Map, a printed, laminated map 24" wide by 18" high.

Covering one entire side of the laminated map is a pictorial map showing the Santa Barbara metropolitan area, featuring main roads and visitor attractions.

front cover of the Santa Barbara Visitor's Map The downtown Santa Barbara map measures approximately 8" wide by 9" high, and is one of three smaller maps included on the other side. The other maps feature Santa Barbara County and the Danish-American community of Solvang. An index covers all the maps.

The laminated map costs $15, including shipping, handling, and (where applicable) sales taxes, as long as the map is mailed to a U.S address. To order a map, go HERE.





Downtown maps of other cities
The illustrated maps on this website include many downtown maps. Here's the full list:
Los Angeles

Pasadena

Portland

Sacramento

Salt Lake City
San Diego

San Francisco

Santa Barbara

Solvang

Washington DC


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