5 Ways to Stay Connected to Ventura Harbor
As an outdoor / open-air attraction, Ventura Harbor Village is open for a patio waterfront dining, shopping, and fun on the water. However, if you are staying close to home, there are still ways to connect with us seaside!
Anyone miss our Summer Concerts and Steel Drum Saturdays? In place of on-site music, we are streaming live concerts on our Facebook page so you can watch from anywhere! Mark Your Calendar for ‘In the Key of SEA’ Live Streams with Ventura Harbor. Tune in August 1st at 1pm for a seaside duo and August 15th at 1pm for a solo steel drummer!
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An Ultimate Escape Room you can play from home!? That’s right! One of the Game Hosts will be a character trapped in the escape room. You’ll be able to see a live feed of the room from their POV, as well as two live security feeds of the room. You and your team will guide them through the space, tell them what to do to solve the puzzles. All you need is Zoom + some free time.
Escape Room experiences are still available in person to engage all the senses as well! Appointments are required as only one group will be hosted in the business at a time.
It’s truly incredible what we can do with modern technology! Head to our Virtually Connect page for web cam streams with harbor views, virtual tours, educational experiences, and ways to support small businesses without ever leaving home.
Immerse yourself in the Ventura Harbor experience (but stay on your couch).
CLICK HERE for Virtual Ventura Harbor
Retail therapy is still a thing, even if it has to be remote! Several Ventura Harbor shops, boutiques, and galleries have online stores that will ship goods right to you. Spruce up your space, order new cozy clothes, and if won’t be going to the beach then buy a seaside treasure to keep at home!
Have you downloaded the new free app from the National Park Service yet? Dive in and digitally explore the Channel Islands National Park by map or by topic of interest. Discover the natural and cultural stories in context with their locations. Find the info you need about the mainland visitor center, services, and self-guided tours.