The Getty Center Group Trip

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  • Wednesday, April 10, 8am-6pm,

  • $40

  • Depart from Solvang Vets Hall

Spend a day enjoying the art, architecture and gardens of The Getty Center! Our visit will include a 45-minute guided Architectural Tour and plenty of time to do lunch and explore on your own. Hosted by Elverhøj Museum & Solvang Rec Department.

The 2019 Day Trips Collaboration

This day trip is part on an ongoing collaborative effort to bring cultural opportunities to residents of Santa Barbara County. This winter and spring there are four day trips on the schedule. The day trips this year are to The Broad, Carrizo Plain National Monument, The Getty Center, and a Channel Islands Wildlife Cruz. Transportation and administration services are provided by Buellton and Solvang Parks and Recreation. Marketing and tour guides are provided by the Elverhøj Museum of History & Art and Wildling Museum of Art & Nature.

About The Elverhøj Museum

Located in Solvang, California, the Elverhøj Museum is the former residence of one of Solvang’s most artistic families, which is now a community museum devoted to the history of Solvang, the Danish-American pioneer spirit, the colorful heritage of Denmark, and the arts. The historic hand-crafted structure was the dream home of Viggo Brandt-Erichsen and his wife, Martha Mott. He was an internationally recognized painter and sculptor and she was an accomplished painter and art teacher. After extensive renovation in 1987, the Elverhøj Museum opened to the public in May of 1988. Today Elverhøj is one of the few museums outside of Denmark devoted to the Danish culture and the Danish-American experience.